Comparative Evolutionary Ecology of Social and Sexual Systems Water-Breathing Insects Come of Age 20

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  title={Comparative Evolutionary Ecology of Social and Sexual Systems Water-Breathing Insects Come of Age 20},
  author={Bernard J Crespi},
  year={2007}
}
Food bounties washed up on sandy beaches rapidly attract dense aggregations of detritus-feeding amphipods and isopods; a colony of ants stranded in a wood log retreat in an organized manner, saving both their own lives and that of their brood. 

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