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Sociality in Wasps and Bees
Bees, Wasps, and Humans. • Culturally Social wasps. IV.
What is a Social Spider? “Sub”-Social Spiders Eusociality Social
quasisocial, they also have a worker caste (Halictid bees). • Eusocial: In addition to the features of semisocial, there is overlap in generations (Honey bees).
Nest switching and guarding by the communal sweat bee
In a nest aggregation of the univoltine sweat bee Agapostemon virescens in New York. State eusocial societies ,with non-reproductive worker castes. If, on the other ..
Biology of a weakly social bee, Exoneura (Exoneurella) setosa
Australian allodapine bees provide excellent material for comparative approaches to generational overlap is thought to have facilitated the evolution of eusociality via the 'subsocial and are therefore either quasisocial or semisocial.
What are Social Insects?

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Bees and social insects
True sociality (eusociality) is defined by three features: 1).
Pacific Horticulture — Garden Allies: Bees II (Solitary to Social)
Eusocial bees exhibit three traits: a division of reproductive labor (only the Among quasisocial bees, all females can reproduce, but cooperate in brood care.

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