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Behaviour and social evolution of wasps: the communal aggregation hypothesis


Behaviour and social evolution of wasps: the communal aggregation hypothesis: viii + 159 pp.
Behaviour and social evolution of wasps: the communal aggregation hypothesis
Data are presented on tropical wasps (Vespidae) which suggest that kin selection has been over-emphasized as an evolutionary explanation of sociality.

Accession: 002308891



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