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In many social insects both workers and queens can lay male eggs. In a comparative study, Hammond and Keller (see article) show that, contrary to expectation, relatedness does not explain the proportion of worker-produced males. This suggests that regulation of worker reproduction occurs because selfish reproduction by workers reduces colony productivity.

Image Credit: Two Argentine ant workers (Linepithema humile) by Christian Konig,


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