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  • |name = ''Monomorium pergandei'' |image = Monomorium pergandei casent0103382 head 1.jpg
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  • |name = ''Monomorium inquilinum'' |genus = ''[[Monomorium]]''
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  • |name = ''Monomorium talbotae'' |image = Monomorium talbotae casent0103531 head 1.jpg
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  • ...lony. It involves a parasitic species which is dependent on one or several host species. The relationship can be obligatory or facultative, permanent or te '''Holldobler & Wilson (1990)''', following a suggestion of Wasmann (1891), distinguished between "compound nests" and "mixed colonies"
    14 KB (1,538 words) - 01:26, 23 September 2019
  • ...Gilchrist County, Florida. The position of this queen, as well as details of its morphology, strongly suggest that it represents a parasitic species. <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
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  • New England encompasses the states of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. There is a list of [[New England Ant Species|New England Ant Species]]
    33 KB (4,477 words) - 17:45, 19 July 2019
  • ...with ''[[Myrmica lobifrons]]'' and with ''[[Monomorium minimum]]'' and ''[[Monomorium cyaneum]]''. ...osity. The underside of the head has no erect hairs, and the first tergite of the gaster (excluding the posterior edge) has only about 4 course, erect ha
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  • |name = ''Monomorium minimum'' |image = Monomorium minimum casent0104789 head 1.jpg
    27 KB (3,709 words) - 04:46, 21 December 2019
  • |name = ''Monomorium'' |image = Monomorium pharaonis casent0173986 head 1.jpg
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  • ...ing ants preceded myrmecochore-aided seed dispersal during the coevolution of ants and plants (Rissing, 1986). ...abundant Old World harvesters of the myrmicine genus ''[[Messor]]''. One of us (Wilson, 1984a: 6) paid a biologist's tribute to these ants and the trad
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  • ...tribution of nests. The past ten years have witnessed an explosive growth of knowledge about this complex subject, with investigators addressing the fol ...ne to many. In addition, the number often shifts through different stages of the colony life cycle.
    89 KB (14,019 words) - 15:13, 25 October 2019
  • ...ip is verified, the ants and the plant appear to be engaged in a trade-off of mutual benefit (Jolivet, 1986). The ants risk being eaten by the plant but ...tie, 1985; Benson, 1985; Huxley, 1986), and a brief summary of all aspects of the symbioses with a bibliography complete through 1981 (Buckley, 1982a-c).
    83 KB (12,835 words) - 01:56, 8 March 2015
  • ...whose colonies do not divide until the worker populations exceed hundreds of thousands or even a million (Raignier and Van Boven, 1955; Rettenmeyer, 196 ...ined speed and freedom from risk. Only by studying it as one strategy out of a great many possible can we expect to understand more deeply the way that
    132 KB (20,876 words) - 03:54, 11 March 2015
  • ...hroponera pumicata'' Ray, in Raffray, 1887: 21, itself a misinterpretation of ''Bothroponera pumicosa''; see footnote in Wheeler, W.M. 1922a: 921.] ...inea) bituberculatus'' var. ''brunnea'' Karavaiev, 1935a: 108, in captions of fig. 26. ''Nomen nudum''. ''D. thoracicus brunnea'': Dill, 2002: 66. ''Nome
    407 KB (50,489 words) - 21:40, 27 September 2019
  • CHAPTER 8. CASTE AND DIVISION OF LABOR ...ures: care of the young by adults, overlap in generations, and a division of labor into reproductive and nonreproductive castes.
    194 KB (31,100 words) - 20:53, 22 February 2016