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Figure S1. External morphology of male (M), worker (W) and queen (Q) pupae of T. curvispinosus, T. longispinosus and P. americanus. Pupae of the social parasite P. americanus are characterized by a larger body size. In addition, queen and worker parasite pupae show different body proportions, with larger heads relative to the rest of the body.

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