The Ants - Bibliography Summary & Analysis

Bert Hölldobler
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Bibliography Summary

The text includes a briefly annotated bibliography in a 65-page entry. The bibliography lists both works cited and extant literature in a standard author-alphabetized list. As a research tool, the bibliography is indispensable for any serious entomologist and is quite as valuable as the remainder of the text.

Used in conjunction with the numerous topical citation lists presented throughout the text, the bibliography allows easy access to the literature existing at the time of publication. A sample entry reads "Feener, D. H. 1981. Competition between ant species: outcome controlled by parasitic flies. Science, 214: 815-817."

Bibliography Analysis

The references included in the bibliography form an invaluable research tool.

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