The insects societies
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This book is a work of major importance for the development of environmental and behavioral biology; it covers the classification, evolution, anatomy, physiology, and behavior of the higher social insects--ants, social wasps and bees, and termites. Mr. Wilson reinterprets the knowledge of these insects through the concepts of modern biology, from biochemistry to evolutionary theory and population ecology.
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I have been a studenf of Wilson and Hölldobler for many years. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in social insects. The intrepid reader who knows more insect than science, if you get my ... Read full review
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