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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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Main Page

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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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The Antwiki Code

  • http://www.antwiki.org/wiki/The_Antwiki_Code
  • 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

  • http://www.antwiki.org/wiki/Category:Extinct_subfamily
  • 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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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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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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Tetramorium tsushimae - AntWiki

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  • Tetramorium tsushimae, east-central Missouri, James Trager. This is Tetramorium tsushimae, Japanese pavement ant, feeding on mooshy cracker fragment, in a play area, in a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri.
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Lasius platythorax - AntWiki

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  • The above specimen data are provided by AntWeb.Please see Lasius platythorax for further details Biology. A Croatian study (Bujan et al. 2015) found L. platythorax was numerically dominant in a sampled fen and two adjacent suceesional habitats (reed and willow; young forest: a mixture of willows and different woody and herbaceous species …
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Trichomyrmex destructor - AntWiki

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  • The above specimen data are provided by AntWeb.Please see Trichomyrmex destructor for further details Biology. As reported from the Global Invasive Species Database: . Nest outdoors or in buildings, depending largely on whether they occur in tropical, semitropical or temperate regions.
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Formicinae - AntWiki

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  • 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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Monomorium pharaonis - AntWiki

  • http://www.antwiki.org/wiki/Monomorium_pharaonis
  • Wetterer (2010) Monomorium pharaonis is particularly notorious as a pest in hospitals, where it is known as a vector for disease. In tropical areas, M. pharaonis occurs both indoors and out, but in temperate areas, it is found almost exclusively indoors. It is by far the most common tropical ant found in heated buildings of Europe and North ...
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Tetramorium bicarinatum - AntWiki

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  • Tetramorium bicarinatum is one of the most successful, abundant, and widespread tramp species within the genus Tetramorium.It occurs in almost all tropical and subtropical habitats around the world, except for most of the Afrotropical, and also has been transferred to temperate countries where it can survive in constantly heated buildings …
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Leptothorax kutteri - AntWiki

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  • The above specimen data are provided by AntWeb.Please see Leptothorax kutteri for further details Biology. Ødegaard et al. (2015) - In Norway, 1 dealate queen and 3 alate males, in a colony of Leptothorax acervorum established in a rotten pine log. The site was located in a boreal forest dominated by Scots pine Pinus sylvestris Linnaeus, 1753 …
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Tetramorium atratulum - AntWiki

  • http://www.antwiki.org/wiki/Tetramorium_atratulum
  • The above specimen data are provided by AntWeb.Please see Tetramorium atratulum for further details Biology. Queens are most likely adopted in orphaned host colonies (Fisher and Cover 2007, Buschinger 2009).
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Brachymyrmex patagonicus - AntWiki

  • http://www.antwiki.org/wiki/Brachymyrmex_patagonicus
  • The above specimen data are provided by AntWeb.Please see Brachymyrmex patagonicus for further details Biology. MacGown et al. (2007) - This species nests in a variety of habitats, both natural and disturbed.
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Camponotus herculeanus - AntWiki

  • http://www.antwiki.org/wiki/Camponotus_herculeanus
  • A Camponotus herculeanus worker falls prey to a Aelurillus v-insignitus jumping spider. Photo by Michal Kukla. Identification. This is a common dark brown or black ant with a dark red petiole, antennae, legs, and base of first gastral segment. The scapes of the majors barely reach, or only slightly surpass the posterior lateral corners. Erect hairs …
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