Extraocular photoreceptors in the last abdominal ganglion of a swallowtail butterfly,Papilio xuthus

@article{Arikawa1991ExtraocularPI,
  title={Extraocular photoreceptors in the last abdominal ganglion of a swallowtail butterfly,Papilio xuthus},
  author={Kentaro Arikawa and Kazuhisa Uchiumi and Eisuke Eguchi},
  journal={Naturwissenschaften},
  year={1991},
  volume={78},
  pages={82-84}
}
ulates not only the reproduction but also the polyethism. The social organization of P. sublaevis is also unique when compared with other queenless species of ant. Unlike polygamergate species in which the development of ovaries is triggered by fortuitous success in mating [1 -3 ] , the top-ranked P. sublaevis worker can develop her ovary prior to the mating. The social organization of P. sublaevis is superficially similar to that of Diacamma australe [4] and D. rugosum [5], in which only one… CONTINUE READING