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Intraspecific aggression in the primitive ant genus Myrmecia






Insectes Sociaux, 363: 161-172

Intraspecific aggression in the primitive ant genus Myrmecia

Intraspecific aggression was studied in colonies of Myrmecia pilosula, M. gulosa, M. brevinoda and M. simillima. Newly-eclosed callow workers were not attacked by workers from other conspecific colonies. Aggression against conspecific alien workers was always greater than aggression against callows.

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