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The caste system of termites is an example of phenotypic plasticity. The castes differ not only in morphology and physiology, but also in behavior. As most of their behaviors within colonies involve nestmates, it is difficult to extract innate differences among castes. In this study, we focused on movement patterns of isolated individuals of Hodotermopsis sjostedti . We observed distinct clusters in movement patterns over 30 min, which indicates that termites have multiple innate modes ofdoi:10.1101/239475 fatcat:umetvu3kmffebdivoowtxngxy4