Foragers

Some articles on foragers, forager:

Tooth And Nail (film) - Plot
... A group of survivors called Foragers take cover in an abandoned hospital where the group attempt to re-build society ... young girl from being killed and eaten by a group of vicious cannibals called Rovers, the Foragers find themselves on the run from the cannibals, who stalk the ...
Task Allocation And Partitioning Of Social Insects - Introduction
... it is age-based (temporal polyethism), as with honey bee foragers, who are the oldest members of the colony (with the exception of the queen) ... communication related to tasks examples include the waggle dance of honey bee foragers, trail marking by ant foragers, and the propagation via pheromones of an alarm state in Africanized ...
Adaptive Strategies
... Until 10,000 years ago people everywhere were foragers ... differences did create contrasts among the world’s foragers ... they have much less vegetation and variety in their diets than do tropical foragers ...
Spatial Organization in Eusocial Insects - Spatial Organization Outside The Nest
... There is also evidence that foragers, which are the insects that leave the nest to collect the valuable resources for the developing colony, can divide space ... Makino Sakai showed that bumble bee foragers maintain foraging zones in flower patches, which means that bees consistently return to the same areas within a patch and there is little overlap between individuals ... can expand and contract when neighboring foragers are removed or introduced, respectively ...
Social Caterpillars - Collective and Cooperative Foraging
... Patch-restricted foragers obtain all of the food required during the social phase of their larval development from the leaves found in a single contiguous patch or ... Well known examples of patch restricted foragers include the Euonymus caterpillar, Yponomeuta cagnagella and the ugly nest caterpillar, Archips cerasivoranus ... The fall webworm Hyphantria cunea, is a patch restricted forager during the initial stages of its development ...