The Life of the Ant

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    THIS book completes the author's trilogy—“Lives” of the bee and the white ant being already well-known works from his pen. Much personal observation has been drawn on for the compilation of this volume, and scarcely a page passes without reference to a prominent myrmecologist, whose views are freely discussed. We read of the habits of ants, their social sense, their community

    The Life of the Ant.

    By Maurice Maeterlinck. Translated by Bernard Miall. Pp. 192. (London, New York, Toronto and Melbourne: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1930.) 6s. net.

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    The Life of the Ant . Nature 129, 79–80 (1932) doi:10.1038/129079c0

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