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|Statement||[by] John H. Sudd.|
|LC Classifications||QL568.F7 S9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 200 p.|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||67083544|
Introduction to the behavior of ants. New York: St. Martin's, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John H Sudd. Ant Encounters provides a revealing and accessible look into ant behavior from this complex systems perspective. Focusing on the moment-to-moment behavior of ant colonies, Deborah Gordon investigates the role of interaction networks in regulating colony behavior and . Ant Encounters provides a revealing and accessible look into ant behavior from this complex systems perspective. Focusing on the moment-to-moment behavior of ant colonies, Deborah Gordon investigates the role of interaction networks in regulating colony behavior and Cited by: An Introduction to the Behaviour of AntsSudd, J HPublished by Edward Arnold ()Used HardcoverQuantity Available: 1About this Item: Edward Arnold, Condition: Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings.
Ants, Ants, and More Ants is an informational book about one of the most well known of all insects--the ant. Readers will learn about different colors and sizes of ants as well as different jobs ants have within the colony. Photographs support the text. Ant Behavior Understanding. Compact satellites, faster plane boarding and quicker downloads – the humble ant has inspired all three. Adam Hart reveals what these six-legged marvels can teach us. To LOOK INSIDE an ant nest is to contemplate an alien civilization. The boiling mass of worker ants beneath an upturned stone is both strangely reminiscent of human society and strikingly different. Ants may be the most successful insects on Earth. They've evolved into sophisticated social insects that fill all kinds of unique niches. From thief ants that rob from other colonies to weaver ants that sew homes in the treetops, ants are a diverse insect group. This article will introduce you to all kinds of ants. Ants work together to gather food and care for the young, and their behavior is surprisingly coordinated and methodical for such seemingly simple insects. Ant functions depend on the ant’s caste. Three castes of ants perform different roles in the colony.
Ants attack and defend themselves by biting or stinging. It is believed that ants learn behavior by interactive teaching. This is the process by which a follower ant obtains knowledge from the tutoring of the nest-mate teacher. The teacher and the follower are acutely sensitive to the progress of the other. Wasps are considered the ancestors of. The Ant's Four-Part Philosophy by Brian Sylvan; edited by C. Pararas-Carayannis The philosophy of Ant Behaviors: How their cooperation and work ethic can be applied by us to benefit our lives. Introduction to Ant. There are many species of ants and all of them are very interesting. They are tiny compared to so many other forms of life. Yet they have the ability to lift several times their own weight. They have a very detailed system of communicating and surviving that involves all of them working as a team. The most distinguishing trait of ant behavior is sociability. Ants do not act individually; they behave according to the needs of the colony in roles dictated by the caste into which they are born. The major social unit is the colony, which forms a nest. The nests of ants vary in structure and in material.