Data from: Tracking individuals shows spatial fidelity is a key regulator of ant social organization

Danielle P. Mersch, Alessandro Crespi & Laurent Keller
Ants live in organized societies with a marked division of labor among workers, but little is known about how this is generated. We use a tracking system to continuously monitor individually-tagged workers in six colonies of the ant Camponotus fellah over 41 days. Network analyses of over 9 million interactions revealed three distinct groups that differ in behavioral repertoires. Each group represents a functional behavioral unit with workers moving from one group to the next...
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