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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Insects: General

The Insect Societies

Out of Print
By: Edward O Wilson
560 pages, B/w photos, illus
The Insect Societies
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  • The Insect Societies ISBN: 9780674454958 Paperback Dec 1976 Out of Print #1659
  • The Insect Societies ISBN: 9780674454903 Hardback Dec 1976 Out of Print #212
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Covers the classification, evolution, anatomy, physiology, and behavior of the higher social insects - ants, social wasps and bees, and termites. Wilson reinterprets the knowledge of these insects through the concepts of modern biology, from biochemistry to evolutionary theory and population ecology. A classic work.
`No book on biology in the past 20 years has been as satisfying as this treatise on ants, bees, wasps, and termites (and maybe a few spiders) ... It is written with clarity and verve, but what distinguishes it particularly is its catholic mastery of all biology, from palaeontology to formal genetics, from ethology to biochemistry ... Biology is a whole science, and here it is wholly seen.' Scientific American

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Out of Print
By: Edward O Wilson
560 pages, B/w photos, illus
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