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Journey to the Ants gives an outstanding overview of the enormous variety and fascination of myrmecology, from the primitive bulldog ants of Australia to the complexities of weaver ant societies, slave-making ants and agriculture, army ants, and the social parasites concealed within anthills. There is an appendix with practical instructions for collecting individual ants or whole colonies, dead or alive. Hölldobler and Wilson clearly want other children to follow in their footsteps, growing from simple bug love to insights into evolution and society. --Mary Ellen Curtin
Nice story about ants. I had a chance to view an ant hill in action with ants going one way and returning with leaf partsPublished 11 months ago by Kurt H. Kreckel
This is a wonderful book. I think it taught might have taught me a lot more about investing and economics than many books on investing and economics - because it shows in detail... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Guy Spier
This is a book written for entymologist and not very useful for any others.Published 13 months ago by Richard C. Capozza
I have read 4 of EO Wilson's philosophy books and found him to be a lucid writer with a lot to say about socio-biology and the human condition. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Charles H. Caban
I wanted a book on ANTS so badly! I did my research and I was so excited to receive this book. This book is soooo boring!! Ants are not boring! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Val Turquoise
This book has so much you can learn from and if you are interested in ants and knowing more about them, this is the book for you.Published 21 months ago by Milos Stevanovic
I bought this book for a class book report. Arrival took a bit of time. While I really liked much of the book, I found at least one chapter dedicated to mentioning a bunch of... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Anne
"Ants: Their Social Structure, Fighting & Mating."
"Journey to the Ants: A Story of Scientific Exploration" by Bert Holldobler & Edward O. Read more