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Unformatted text preview: •  In
founding
stage,
violent
dominance
fights
 establish
hierarchy
 •  Foundress
violence
decreases
over
1me‐
 hierarchy
stabilizes
 Can
insects
recognize
individuals?

 •  Tibbe_s
2002
 •  Polistes
fuscatus
(paper
wasp)
 •  Removed
foundresses
from
nest
 –  Treatment:
alter
facial
markings
with
paint
 –  Control:
painted
face
but
facial
markings
not
 altered
 •  Returned
to
nest
 •  Measured
#
aggressive
acts
by
other
 foundresses
over
1me
 Can
insects
recognize
individuals?
 •  What
results
would
we
expect
if
foundresses
 maintain
dominance
hierarchy
through
 recogni1on
of
individual
faces?
 7
 2/10/14
 facial marking changed- dominance changed but once the heicarchy is established - the # of Can
insects
iden1fy
individuals?
 dominance act will decrease and stabilize (Tibbe_s
2002)
 Individual
Recogni1on
 •  Al...
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2014 for the course BIS 101 taught by Professor Simonchan during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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