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Male production and worker policing in Parachartergus colobopterus, a neotropical, swarm-founding wasp
In many social insects, workers are capable of producing males. Workers are more highly related to their own sons than to the sons of the queens, and so it is surprising that queens often monopolize male production even ...
Conflict and cooperation in the tropical wasp, Parachartergus colobopterus, and the chimeric multicellular organism, Dictyostelium discoideum
Several transitions to higher levels of biological organization have punctuated the history of life. These transitions occur when cooperative alliances lead to the integration of non-identical partners into more complex ...
Maternity and cyclical oligogyny in a colony of Parachartergus colobopterus
Genetic data was obtained from a colony of Parachartergus colobopterus using DNA microsatellites. A colony cycle referred to as cyclical oligogyny is believed to account for the high relatedness in this polygynous species. ...