Data from: Reproductives and eggs trigger worker vibration in a subterranean termite

Fanny Ruhland, Marion Moulin, Marina Choppin, Joël Meunier & Christophe Lucas
In insect societies, the presence of reproductives or eggs has been shown to shape several biological traits in the colony members. Social interactions are one of these traits, that involve modification of the communication system of the entire colony. Many studies described the role of chemical compounds and dominance behaviors in the presence of reproductive but vibratory behaviors received very few investigations. Yet, vibratory behaviors are ideal candidates, particularly for subterranean species like termites, as...
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