Ponte des ouvrières et inhibition royale chez la Fourmitemnothorax recedens (Nyl.) (Formicidae, Myrmicinae)

@article{Djean2006PonteDO,
  title={Ponte des ouvri{\`e}res et inhibition royale chez la Fourmitemnothorax recedens (Nyl.) (Formicidae, Myrmicinae)},
  author={A. D{\'e}jean and L. Passera},
  journal={Insectes Sociaux},
  year={2006},
  volume={21},
  pages={343-355}
}
RésuméLes ouvrières deTemnothorax recedens pondent des œufs alimentaires et des œufs reproducteurs à descendance mâle. Dans les colonies complètes (reine+ouvrières), les œufs reproducteurs des ouvrières sont pondus seulement dans les semaines qui suivent la fin de l'hibernation. Puis l'inhibition royale, qui était faible ou nulle, va en se renforçant et la production des œufs reproducteurs cesse. Parallèlement, on note un processus inverse en ce qui concerne les œufs alimentaires, dont la… Expand

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