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A phylogenetic analysis of soldier evolution in the aphid family Hormaphididae
Stern, D. L.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 256:203-209 (1994)
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A test of geometric hypotheses for soldier investment patterns in the gall producing tropical aphid Cerataphis fransseni (Homoptera, Hormaphididae)
Stern, D. L., S. Aoki & U. Kurosu
Insectes Sociaux 41:457-460. (1994)

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Non-floral sources of chemicals that attract male euglossine bees (Apidae: Euglossini)
Whitten, W.M., A. M. Young & D. L. Stern
Journal of Chemical Ecology 19: 3017-3027 (1993)

Male territoriality and alternative male behaviors in the euglossine bee, Eulaema meriana (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
Stern, D. L.
Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 64: 421-437. (1992)

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Wing buzzing by male orchid bees, Eulaema meriana (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
Stern, D. L. & R. Dudley
Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 64: 88-94. (1991)

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Aphid soldiers discriminate between soldiers and non-soldiers, rather than between kin and non-kin, in Ceratoglyphina bambusae
Aoki, S., Kurosu & D. L. Stern
Animal Behaviour 42: 865-866. (1991)

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Agonistic interactions between ants and gall-living soldier aphids
Kurosu, U., D. L. Stern & S. Aoki
Journal of Ethology 8: 139-141. (1990)

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