Primitive eusociality in a land plant?

@article{Burns2021PrimitiveEI,
  title={Primitive eusociality in a land plant?},
  author={Kevin C. Burns and Ian Hutton and Lara D. Shepherd},
  journal={Ecology},
  year={2021},
  pages={
          e03373
        }
}
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The psychology of natural history.

On the selective advantage of coloniality in staghorn ferns (Platycerium bifurcatum, Polypodiaceae)

  • K. Burns
  • Environmental Science
    Plant signaling & behavior
  • 2021
The staghorn fern is an epiphyte from Australasia that displays many life history characteristics commonly associated with eusocial animals that are hypothesize about the selective advantage of living in cooperative groups by comparing the morphological characteristics of colonies to their solitary congeners.