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CHAPTER PAGE PREFACE Vii
Part OneThe Nature of Social Insects
What Are Social Insects?
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abdomen adult antennae aphids apparently army ants bald-faced hornet become beetles behavior body Bombus bugs building bumblebees burrow carried caterpillars chambers CHAPTER chew cluster cocoons colony color comb common develop drones Eciton Edwin Way Teale eggs emerge feeding female foraging Formica fungus galleries genus groups growing guests habits harvester hatch hive honeybee honeydew host Hymenoptera inch individuals jaws larvae lays leaves legs less live males mandibles mass mating mature mother mounds mouth Myrmicinae nectar nest entrance nymphs occur odor parasitic plant Polistes pollen pollen baskets ponerine primitive probably produce pupae raids rear reproductives roach Roman Vishniac shown in Figure social insects social wasps soil soldiers sometimes species sting stingless bees Subfamily subsocial subterranean termite surface swarm termites Termitidae trail tree Trigona tropical usually walls wingless wings wood worker caste yellowjackets young queens