• Ant assemblages have darker and larger members in cold environments 

      Bishop, T.R.; Robertson, M.P.; Gibb, H.; van Rensburg, B.J.; Braschler, B.; Chown, S.L.; Foord, S.H.; Munyai, T.C.; Okey, I.; Tshivhandekano, P.G.; Werenkraut, V.; Parr, C.L. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2016)
      Aim In ectotherms, the colour of an individual’s cuticle may have important thermoregulatory and protective consequences. In cool environments, ectotherms should be darker, to maximize heat gain, and larger, to minimize ...