Invertebrate Biology Series: Social Insects, Part II

Date: 4/15/2020
Time: 12:00 PM
Duration: 71 minutes
Presenter(s): Jeffry Petracca, DNA Learning Center
Audience: General Audience
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Activity description:

While there are many different types of life cycles in the arthropod world, some insects have adapted to working together in order to maximize the number of healthy offspring that they can produce. Joining together in social groups has led to the development of massive, organized insect colonies that behave like small cities! Join DNALC Educator and Long Island Aquarium Entomologist Jeffry Petracca for the second episode in our Invertebrate Biology series for a discussion of insect sociality!