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From a large distance tabanid flies may find their host animal by means of its shape, size, motion, odour, radiance and degree of… Expand The major evolutionary transitions often result in reorganization of biological systems, and a component of such reorganization… Expand Individual differences in response thresholds to task-related stimuli may be one mechanism driving task allocation among social… Expand Removal of dead bodies is considered an essential act in social behavior. Here we show that in Temnothorax lichtensteini… Expand Palarpactophilus saxonicus gen.n. and sp.n. is described from Middle Eocene (Lutetian) Saxonian amber from Bitterfeld, Germany… Expand Animal societies, including those of humans, are under constant threat by selfish individuals, who attempt to enforce their own… Expand Mating behaviors of ants fall into two categories: female calling, in which a female alate releases pheromones that attract males… Expand Morphological and chorological evidence is presented that Temnothorax saxonicus (SEIFERT, 1995) stat.n., comb.n. should be… Expand La distribution de Epacromius tergestinus (Charpentier, 1825) dans les Alpes a fortement regresse suite aux corrections des cours… Expand