Archiving Superorganisms Termite Collections: Past, Present and Future Termites (Blattodea: Termitoidae) live in colonies, and have complex social systems comprising of kings, queens, nymphs, soldiers and workers. They build elaborate nests, which provide vital functions for the success of the colony, including reproduction, nourishment, protection and dispersal. It is for this reason that the termite … Continue reading The Relevance of Collections in the Anthropocene: Super-Organisms
My time as a Research Assistant in Borneo 2016
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