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Parental relationships in social Hymenoptera. The societies of Hymenoptera are family groups where several generations live together. Parental relationships are particularly developed and are usually integrated into the division of labor. Parental behaviors include mainly licking, feeding the larvae, thermoregulation and transport of the brood, aiding in pupation and hatching. The parental relationships in, social Hymenoptera are developed according to phylogenesis, in the same way as otherdoi:10.1051/rnd:19800503 fatcat:3x65lgfqjrc57a5ydaon4nulgi