Literature

AuthorsYearTitlesort ascending
E. O. Wilson1976Which are the most prevalent ant genera?
E. O. Wilson1955The status of the ant genus Microbolbos Donisthorpe
W. L. Brown, Jr, Wilson E. O.1959The search for Nothomyrmecia
E. O. Wilson, Hölldobler B.2005The rise of the ants: A phylogenetic and ecological explanation
E. O. Wilson, Carpenter, F. M., Brown, W. L.1967The first Mesozoic ants with the description of a new subfamily
E. O. Wilson, Carpenter, F. M., Brown, Jr, W. L.1967The first Mesozoic ants
W. L. Brown, Jr, Wilson E. O.1959The evolution of the dacetine ants
E. O. Wilson1987The earliest known ants: an analysis of the Cretaceous species and an inference concerning their social organization
E. O. Wilson, Eisner, T., Valentine, B. D.1954The beetle genus Paralimulodes Bruch in North America, with notes on morphology and behavior (Coleoptera: Limulodidae)
E. O. Wilson, Taylor R. W.1967The ants of Polynesia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
E. O. Wilson2008One giant leap: how insects achieved altruism and colonial life
E. O. Wilson1953On Flanders' hypothesis of caste determination in ants
E. O. Wilson1985Invasion and extinction in the West Indian ant fauna, evidence from the Dominican amber
E. O. Wilson, Hölldobler B.2005Eusociality: origin and consequences
P. R. Ehrlich, Wilson E. O.1991Biodiversity studies: science and policy
E. O. Wilson1985Ants of the Dominican amber (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). 4. A giant Ponerinae in the genus Paraponera
E. O. Wilson1985Ants of the Dominican amber (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). 2. The first fossil army ants
E. O. Wilson, Eisner, T., Wheeler, G. C., Wheeler, J.1956Aneuretus simoni Emery, a major link in ant evolution
E. O. Wilson1955A monographic revision of the ant genus Lasius
E. O. Wilson, Taylor R. W.1964A fossil ant colony: new evidence of social antiquity
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