At the heart of our proposal was the principle of equal pay for equal work in the same place, and we now confirm this in legislation," EUSocial
Affairs Commissioner Marianne Thyssen told a news conference.
On the more socially extreme end of the spectrum, called eusocial
, the bees throw their efforts into the colony, comprising some of their capacity to create offspring in order to perform community behaviors like tending to young and getting food.
squamosa offers a good model system for not only examining possible ecologic and genetic determinants of alternate life history strategies but also for addressing the theoretical challenges inherent in eusocial
systems with varying degrees of genetic relatedness among individuals in a nest with the concomitant conflicts associated with multiple reproductive interests.
WILSON, THE SOCIAL CONQUEST OF EARTH 162 (2012) [hereinafter WILSON III] ("In colonies composed of authentically cooperating individuals, as in human societies, and not just robotic extensions of the mother's genome, as in eusocial
insects, selection among genetically diverse individual members promotes selfish behavior.
Hornets are wasps that bodily are among the largest eusocial
Ants are eusocial
insects that depend on the highly developed social structures to express their ecological relationships.
Yet here I propose that one of the most complex social models that we know of the sophisticated eusocial
societies of honeybees offer unrivaled and yet unrecognized potential to study social information flow through a natural group.
Social and environmental influences on daily activity pattern in free-living subterranean rodents: the case of a eusocial
Bees belonging to the family Apidae, subtribe Meliponina are known as stingless bees and exhibit eusocial
In sponge-dwelling snapping shrimps, such as Synalpheus regalis, which exhibit eusocial
structures, acoustic activity (snapping) occurs while they defend their colony from intruders (Duffy, 1996).
bees are dominant pollinators of plant communities.
Honeybees are eusocial
insects, meaning they have a queen that lays eggs while all the other females in the hive are nonreproductive worker bees.