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In Social Bees and Loners, a Hunt for the Genes Behind Social Behavior

Her target is Lasioglossum albipes, an unusual species of the so-called sweat bee that is capable of two very different lifestyles. Depending on where and to whom they’re born, these bees live either largely alone, raising their own young, or … Continue reading

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