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Although swarms may leave the colony, move a short distance, and cluster temporarily, the pheromone complex of the queen is essential for normal clustering and swarm migration. A swarm that leaves the colony without the queen soon returns to the colony. Under certain conditions, colonies can be induced to swarm and return daily. Morse (1963) demonstrated that swarms "followed" a caged queen 43 NORMAN E. GARY held in his hand. Morse (1963) and Simpson (1963) also showed that pheromones from the head of the queen caused a cohesion of the swarm.

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