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  • ...omologists and mycologists and, consequently, clearly belong in the domain of a very few specialists in the world. ...gus'', ''Myrmecocystus'', ''Prenolepis'', ''Eciton''). The global database of published ant-
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  • *Revision of the Afrotropical Aenictus (2017-2020) *Revision of the Afrotropical Parasyscia (2020-)
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  • ...despread neotropical fungi ''Ophiocordyceps unilateralis'' (likely a group of species) from Wikipedia [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ophiocordyceps_unila
    21 KB (3,066 words) - 07:39, 11 October 2021
  • <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST--> {{Associate|Relationship = host|Associate Type = ant|Associate Type Link = Dulosis|Associate Taxon = ''Poly
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  • ...neogagates, fusca'', and ''pallidefulva'' species groups. When the workers of the slave-making species have become numerous enough, they start raiding fo <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
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  • ...olita''|Associate Taxon Link = Formica subpolita|Associate Relationship = host|Locality =|Source =Mackay & Mackay, 2002|Notes =|Inline = yes}} (Bono et al ...air of hairs. The erect hairs on the gaster are about 0.1 mm long, and are of about the same form and density as those on the pronotum. Most hairs have s
    14 KB (1,913 words) - 04:27, 3 December 2021
  • This ant nests in mounds of soil, occasionally with thatching. Reproductives were found in nests from M ...e side of the head, usually extending anteriorly only to the anterior edge of the eye. The cheek is usually without erect hairs, (Mackay and Mackay 2002)
    14 KB (1,888 words) - 04:25, 3 December 2021
  • ..., Linepithema humile in Iberia, Balearic Islands & Macaronesia. - Taxonomy of ants from Western Southern Europe, Magreb and Macaronesia. ...er, X. 2013. A preliminary checklist of the ants (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) of Andorra. ZooKeys 277, 13-23.]]
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  • ...s are only found in the non-native range of this species. The native range of ''L. neglectus'' is Central Asia (particularly, Uzbekistan) (Stukalyuk et a ...s paralienus]]'' or ''[[Lasius piliferus]]'' although this is a difference of statistical character.
    38 KB (5,245 words) - 23:08, 2 December 2021
  • ...heastern to midwestern North America, this species exclusively raids nests of ''[[Formica incerta]]''. |comment1=After a week, plus, of cool, gray weather, ''Polyergus lucidus'' were eager to do some late season
    19 KB (2,491 words) - 22:37, 29 November 2021
  • ...he literature for the last 75 years is in fact this species or in the case of Howard Topoff's and his students' work, ''[[Polyergus topoffi]]''. ...canus'' and ''[[Formica subsericea]]'' warming up just beneath the surface of their mound (March, 2015). James Trager found this nest under a small soil
    32 KB (4,306 words) - 04:31, 3 December 2021
  • <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST--> ...-8,000 ft., 93% 5,000-9,000 ft.). We have 204 records from 108 localities. Of these 64 were in the Cool Desert (2 in the cottonwood riparian), 51 in the
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  • ...and foraging is undertaken entirely by their slaves, which make up 70-90% of the colony (Apple, Lewandowski & Levine, 2014). <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
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  • ...|Locality =|Source =|Notes =|Inline = yes}} and {{Associate|Relationship = host|Associate Type = ant|Associate Type Link = Dulosis|Associate Taxon = ''Poly ...ants - Formica incerta, visiting microscopic nectar glands on the petioles of Maximillian sunflower - Helianthus maximillianii James Trager.jpg
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  • ...ery sheen on the gaster, due to the abundance of pubescence, the remainder of the ant is usually brownish or even reddish or yellowish brown, with the ga Most of North America and into Mexcio (Chihuahua).
    22 KB (2,998 words) - 04:20, 3 December 2021
  • ...neoniger''|Associate Taxon Link = Lasius neoniger|Associate Relationship = host|Locality =|Source =|Notes =|Inline = yes}} and is known to hybridize with ' ...m or less) and are also scattered over the entire dorsal surface. The apex of the petiole is blunt (viewed in profile) and convex or straight as seen fro
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  • <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST--> ...together with ''[[Lasius pallitarsis]]'', several nests contained colonies of ''[[Leptothorax crassipilis]]''. One mixed nest included ''F. argentea, F.
    21 KB (2,972 words) - 04:24, 3 December 2021
  • ...ost members of the neogagates species group. It can be separated from most of the other members by having more than 10 erect hairs on the pronotum (usual <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
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  • ...e nest is often allowed to eclose and these workers become working members of the ''F. aserva'' colony. |comment1 = With ''[[Formica fusca]]'' (black workers) host workers.
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  • ...overview ''Tomares ballus''] (Obregon et al. 2015). It was found to be one of the most common invertebrates in historic gardens in the Azores (Arteaga et <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
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