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Notes on the biology and social behavior ofMyrmecia inquilina. The only known myrmeciine social parasite

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Haskins, C.P., Haskins, E.F. Notes on the biology and social behavior ofMyrmecia inquilina. The only known myrmeciine social parasite. Ins. Soc 11, 267–282 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02222677

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Keywords

  • Social Behavior
  • Social Parasite