Bert Hölldobler

Bert Hölldobler
Foundation Professor of Life Sciences
School of Life Sciences

“He is the founder of modern myrmecology, the scientific study of ant biology. Bert really did cover the major subjects, in many ways with brilliant originality, but in every case, stimulating similar research that has since followed in great abundance.”

Edward O. Wilson

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