Big and bold wasp queens may create more successful colonies

Differences in how social insect groups perform may be, in part, chalked up to leadership

INFLUENCERS  The personalities and physical traits of some paper wasp queens (Polistes metricus) may help predict if their colonies thrive or fail.

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