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DATE

2000-06

AUTHORS

David C. Queller

ABSTRACT

Colonizing species often lose genetic variation. Usually this has harmful effects, but in Argentine ants it has led to loss of clan warfare and formation of supercolonies that overwhelm native species.

PAGES

519-520

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PUBMED

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