A Treatise on Ants


FROM the classic work of Huber to that of Forel our knowledge of ant life made comparatively little progress. Forel's remarkable researches, however, gave it a great impetus, and since then the students of this most fascinating department of natural history have been numerous and their discoveries most interesting.

Ants: their Structure, Development, and Behaviour.

By Prof. W. M. Wheeler. Pp. xxv+663. (New York: Columbia University Press; London: Mac-millan and Co., Ltd., 1910.) Price 21s. net.

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AVEBURY A Treatise on Ants . Nature 83, 515–516 (1910). https://doi.org/10.1038/083515a0

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