Resources

Books

Bennett, Nigel C., and Chris G. Faulkes. African Mole-rats: Ecology and Eusociality. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.

Lacey, Eileen A., James L. Patton, and Guy N. Cameron, eds. Life Underground: The Biology of Subterranean Rodents. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000.

Sherman, Paul W., Jennifer U. M. Jarvis, and Richard D. Alexander, eds. The Biology of the Naked Mole-rat. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1991.

Periodicals

Faulkes, Chris G., and N. C. Bennett. "Family Values: Group Dynamics and Social Control of Reproduction in African Mole-rats." Trends in Ecology and Evolution 16, no. 4 (2001): 184-190.

Jarvis, Jennifer U. M., M. J. O'Riain, N. C. Bennett, and P. W. Sherman. "Mammalian Eusociality: A Family Affair." Trends in Ecology and Evolution 9 (1994): 47-51.

O'Connor, Timothy P. O., A. Lee, J. U. M. Jarvis, and R. Buffenstein. "Prolonged Longevity in Naked Mole-rats: Age-related Changes in Metabolism, Body Composition, and Gastrointestinal Function." Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 133 (2002): 835-842.

Spinks, Andrew C., J. U. M. Jarvis, and N. C. Bennett. "Comparative Patterns of Pilopatry and Dispersal in Two Common Mole-rat Populations: Implications for the Evolution of Mole-rat Sociality." Journal of Animal Ecology 69 (2000): 224-234.

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