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Termites of the Belgian Congo and the Cameroon.
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A review of the Mastotermitidae (Isoptera), including a new fossil genus from Brazil. American Museum novitates ; no. 2236
The large majority of fossil termites are known only from fragmentary specimens, usually wings alone. These are often distorted or broken, and some of the veins may not be clearly discernible,Expand
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Social Coordination and the Superorganism
An organized biological unit relatively independent of other units is considered a biological individual. Originally the individual unit must have been considered almost self evident, but theExpand
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Five new genera of termites from South America and Madagascar (Isoptera, Rhinotermitidae, Termidae)
We must now assume that a high proportion of the existing genera of termites are known. A few based upon described species are named in a catalogue of the termites of the world by T. E. Snyder (1949,Expand
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