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AntWiki

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  • The abundance of ant foragers on tropical vegetation suggests if this mechanism of foliar nitrogen uptake operates across many plants species, it could represent a highly significant provider of key nutrients for plants.
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Antwiki

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  • The abundance of ant foragers on tropical vegetation suggests if this mechanism of foliar nitrogen uptake operates across many plants species, it could represent a highly significant provider of key nutrients for plants.
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User Accounts

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  • The abundance of ant foragers on tropical vegetation suggests if this mechanism of foliar nitrogen uptake operates across many plants species, it could represent a highly significant provider of key nutrients for plants.
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Extinct Subfamily

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  • The abundance of ant foragers on tropical vegetation suggests if this mechanism of foliar nitrogen uptake operates across many plants species, it could represent a highly significant provider of key nutrients for plants.
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Explore AntWiki

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  • The abundance of ant foragers on tropical vegetation suggests if this mechanism of foliar nitrogen uptake operates across many plants species, it could represent a highly significant provider of key nutrients for plants.
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Acropyga Acutiventris

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  • The abundance of ant foragers on tropical vegetation suggests if this mechanism of foliar nitrogen uptake operates across many plants species, it could represent a highly significant provider of key nutrients for plants.
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Behavior - AntWiki

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  • Information on behavior can be found using the following lists. Communication. Alarm Communication. Ethograms. Cephalotes varians - Three studies with ethograms Wilson 1976, Cole 1980 and Cole 1983; Crematogaster ashmeadi - Ethogram Cole 1983; Xenomyrmex floridanus - Ethogram Cole 1983; Pseudomyrmex elongatus - Ethogram …
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Linepithema - AntWiki

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  • The genus has recently been revised by Wild (2007) and species determinations are fairly straightforward using available keys. Linepithema ants are a common but often overlooked element of the Neotropical myrmecofauna. These small, monomorphic dolichoderine ants are native to a variety of forest, grassland, and montane habitats in Central and South …
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Formicinae - AntWiki

  • http://www.antwiki.org/wiki/Formicinae
  • Ward et al. (2016) - The ant subfamily Formicinae is a large and successful group, comprising about 3030 described species, distributed globally across a wide range of terrestrial environments (Brown 2000; Bolton 2003; AntCat 2015).
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Tetramorium tsushimae - AntWiki

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  • This is Tetramorium tsushimae, Japanese pavement ant, feeding on mooshy cracker fragment, in a play area, in a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri.Light colored individuals among the dark ones are typical of this species, which is a bit smaller than Tetramorium caespitum (sp. E), (2.5-2.8 mm vs. 2.9-3.2 mm). Colonies are polygyne, polycalic.
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Formica subsericea - AntWiki

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  • Polyergus mexicanus and Formica subsericea in an oak woodland in eastern Missouri, USA (James Trager). Fungi This species is a host for the ectoparastic fungus Laboulbenia formicarum (Espadaler & Santamaria, 2012).
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Tapinoma - AntWiki

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  • Most Tapinoma species are arboreal and some live in close associations with myrmecophyte plants (Wheeler, 1922; Bolton, 1973a). In addition, they seem to be generalised foragers (Brown, 2000). Species of Tapinoma utilize a wide variety of nest sites, including open soil, soil covered with rocks, wood or other plant material, rotten …
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Ponerinae - AntWiki

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  • Ponerinae is the largest ant subfamily outside the formicoid clade, and is rivaled or exceeded in diversity only by Dolichoderinae, Formicinae and Myrmicinae within that clade. Species of ponerines range from small and cryptic to large and conspicuous.
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Pheidole moerens - AntWiki

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  • Check specimen data from AntWeb. Biology. Naves (1985) - P. moerens is a common species in north Florida Its color was observed in lab colonies to vary from reddish yellow to almost black due possibly to variation in the diet. Colonies fed with honey and seeds retained a lighter color than those fed with freshly killed house flies.
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Formica - AntWiki

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  • Formica sanguinea group workers tending aphids at Grafton, Massachusetts. Photo by Tom Murray.
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Camponotus nicobarensis - AntWiki

  • http://www.antwiki.org/wiki/Camponotus_nicobarensis
  • Nomenclature. The following information is derived from Barry Bolton's New General Catalogue, a catalogue of the world's ants.. nicobarensis. Camponotus nicobarensis ...
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Temnothorax curvispinosus - AntWiki

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  • Temnothorax curvispinosus is facultatively polydomous and their nesting arrangements vary with season. In the productive summer months, colonies can fragment and be arranged across numerous nest sites.
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Brachymyrmex patagonicus - AntWiki

  • http://www.antwiki.org/wiki/Brachymyrmex_patagonicus
  • Identification. MacGown et al. (2007) - In the United States, B. patagonicus is most similar to Brachymyrmex obscurior, another exotic species.Workers differ in the size of the eye, which is about the length of the malar space in B. patagonicus, and conspicuously shorter than the malar space in B. obscurior.Additionally, the gaster of …
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