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Introduces ants, describing their life cycle, complex behavior, adaptations, life in colonies, communication skills, and problem-solving abilites, with photographs of over thirty species.
Princeton University Press
A richly illustrated natural history of ants, covering their diversity, ecology, anatomy, behavior, and more. Plentiful and familiar, ants make up an estimated one-third of the world's insect biomass and can be found in virtually every part of the globe, from rainforest canopies to city sidewalks. But their importance is about more than numbers: ants are fundamental species in a range of habitats, their interactions with plants, fungi, and other animals...
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