Self-organized shortcuts in the Argentine ant

@article{Goss1989SelforganizedSI,
  title={Self-organized shortcuts in the Argentine ant},
  author={Simon Goss and Serge Aron and J. L. Deneubourg and Jacques M. Pasteels},
  journal={Naturwissenschaften},
  year={1989},
  volume={76},
  pages={579-581}
}
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30 Behavioural responses enable animals to react rapidly to fluctuating environments. In eusocial organisms, such 31 changes are often enacted at the group level, but may be organised in a
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