Data from: Asexual queen succession in the higher termite Embiratermes neotenicus

Romain Fougeyrollas, Klára Dolejšová, David Sillam-Dussès, Virginie Roy, Chantal Poteaux, Robert Hanus & Yves Roisin
Asexual queen succession (AQS), in which workers, soldiers and dispersing reproductives are produced sexually while numerous non-dispersing queens arise through thelytokous parthenogenesis, has recently been described in three species of lower termites of the genus Reticulitermes. Here, we show that AQS is not an oddity restricted to a single genus of lower termites, but a more widespread strategy occurring also in the most advanced termite group, the higher termites (Termitidae). We analysed the genetic structure...
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