Definition of Dulosis

1. Noun. (entomology) process by which parasitic ants steal pupae from the nests of other ants and raise them in their own nest, so that they become part of the colony and perform tasks in it. ¹



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Definition of Dulosis

1. enslavement by an insect [n DULOSES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dulosis

dullishly
dullness
dullnesses
dulls
dullsome
dullsville
dullsvilles
dullwitted
dullwittedness
dully
dulness
dulnesses
dulocracies
dulocracy
duloses
dulosis (current term)
dulotic
duloxetine
dulse
dulses
dulwilly
duly
dum-dum
dum dum
dum dum bullets
duma
dumaist
dumaists
dumas
dumb

Literary usage of Dulosis

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1. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1919)
"... was inclined to derive both dulosis and temporary social parasitism from such conditions, but Wasmann insisted on deriving ..."

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