It is very well written, and, although it is technical in many aspects, it is a delight to read it.
Well, if you ever wondered about questions like these, and wanted to get more complete answers than anything on the internet, then this book is for you to savor.
Highly recommended, very enjoyable, and a book that you will enjoy owning, reading, re-reading, and referring to for years to come.
Surprising for such a massive encyclopedia on an esoteric subject, this is well written and engrossing.Published 1 month ago by eric j larson
Shows how a quirky interest can take a student into extraordinary breadth of knowledge. Companion works by E.O.Wilson are very philosophical and remarkable.Published 6 months ago by Richard Dumke
what a social structure, all forms of government we know of ,plus all the baggage. The agricultural and economical value of this insect is just phenomenal to us the Homo Sapiens.Published 7 months ago by David F. Paulus
Barely any evidence of usage, more pristine than what I used to get from bookstores. I would certainly use them againPublished 12 months ago by Frank R. Allen
Excellent book, don't be intimidated by the length! I would recommend it to anyone that is interested in a detailed study.Published 14 months ago by Rhett Epler
This goes deep so it's not a light read by any means in most respects... A great coffee table book if you have some interest in Ants... Read morePublished 20 months ago by SeanM
Just how many species of ants can there be? Aren't they all the same? They all eat sugar, right? Do some ants sting or do all of them? Are there some poisonous ants? Read morePublished on August 21, 2012 by Laurence Chalem
I AM NOT FINISHED READING "THE ANTS" YET'BUT ALREADY I HAVE LEARNED MANY THINGS.ANTS LIVE IN A COMPLEX SOCIETAL STRUCTURE,EVERY ANT DOING A SPECIAL JOB FOR THE GOOD OF THE COLONY.Published on December 22, 2011 by andironcounty
To myrmecologists (ant experts) or insect lovers in general, this is the right book, which can be considered a classic. Read morePublished on August 27, 2011 by tyrannomyrmex