Data from: Sources of intraspecific variation in the collective tempo and synchrony of ant societies

Grant Doering, Kirsten Sheehy, James Lichtenstein, Brian Drawert, Linda Petzold & Jonathan Pruitt
Populations of independently oscillating agents can sometimes synchronize. In the context of animal societies, conspicuous synchronization of activity is known in some social insects. However, the causes of variation in synchrony within and between species have received little attention. We repeatedly assessed the short-term activity cycle of ant colonies (Temnothorax rugatulus) and monitored the movements of individual workers and queens within nests. We detected persistent differences between colonies in the waveform properties of their collective...
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