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  • |name1=Camponotus hippocrepis, Ophiocordyceps camponotihippocrepidis (João P. M. Araújo).jpg ...=Very tip of a palm leaf, showing ''Camponotus hippocrepis'' infected by ''Ophiocordyceps camponotihippocrepidis''. (Photo by João P. M. Araújo)
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  • |name1=Camponotus bispinosus, Ophiocordyceps camponotibispinosi (João P. M. Araújo).jpg ...nosus'' biting onto a palm spine, as it typically dies from infection of ''Ophiocordyceps camponotibispinosi''. (Photo by João P. M. Araújo)
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  • ...ciated with twigs and bark cavities, rather than suspended soil or litter, of the plants. <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
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  • ...despread neotropical fungi ''Ophiocordyceps unilateralis'' (likely a group of species) from Wikipedia [
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  • |name1=Camponotus nidulans, Ophiocordyceps camponoti-nidulantis (João P. M. Araújo).jpg ...isplay where the antennae are spread in order to optimize the transmission of asexual spores produced along the antenna. Dead on a summit position, aimin
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  • ...t differentiated; propodeum strongly laterally compressed, tectiform; back of head with small vertex collar or neck; appressed pubescence on first gastra Color variation: specimens from the Pacific side of Costa Rica have a dark head with yellow on the malar spaces and a red brown
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  • ...up, a set of species that employ a novel defensive strategy. Minor workers of these so called exploding ants will, when threatened, flex their gasters so <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
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  • ...this territorially-dominant arboreal-ant species association inhabited 1/5 of the tree canopies they sampled in an Amazonian forest. <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
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  • |name2=Camponotus floridanus and Ophiocordyceps camponoti-floridani (Charissa de Bekker).jpg ...nish moss moments after the final manipulated biting behavior induced by ''Ophiocordyceps camponoti-floridani''. Photo by Charissa de Bekker.
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  • ...was observed visiting the [[Extrafloral Nectaries|extrafloral nectaries]] of ''Tocoyena formosa'' plants occurring in a southeastern Brazilian cerrado s |name1=Camponotus renggeri, Ophiocordyceps camponoti-renggeri (João P. M. Araújo).jpg
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  • be a synanthropic species. De Oliveira et al. (2015) found two colonies of ''C. atriceps'' opportunistically nesting in ''Cecropia pachystachya'' tre |name2=Camponotus atriceps, Ophiocordyceps camponoti-atricipis (João P. M. Araújo) (1).jpg
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  • |diversity_link = :category:List of species ...d microhabitats and the sheer size of the genus makes any characterisation of their biology challenging. Nests are built in the ground, in rotten branche
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  • ''Caryocar barsiliense'' trees, in southeastern Brazil cerrado, as part of a study examining species interactions in ant-plants. <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
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  • ...' is black, with brown or yellowish brown antennae, clypeus, and the sides of the the microscope these two species are conspicuously different. The clypeus of ''C. novogranadensis'' has a strong, sharp, median ridge, absent in
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  • ...y of ''[[Cecropia]]'' trees in southwest Bahia, Brazil, found two colonies of ''{{PAGENAME}}'' opportunistically nesting in ''Cecropia pachystachya'' tre <!--END OF DISTRIBUTION LIST-->
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  • ..., vertex, between the frontal carinae, and usually lack hairs on the sides of the head, on the cheeks, and on the clypeus. The workers and females range ...ns in Dade and Broward counties. Nests were in saw grass stems at the edge of marshy areas. Pest status: none. No previous published records; earlier spe
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  • ...l to October. This species is found in the same logs and stumps as members of the genera ''[[Lasius]]'', ''[[Formica]]'' (i. e. ''[[Formica podzolica]]'' ...more numerous, but non-overlapping or few overlap adjacent setae, the side of the propodeum has a few appressed setae.
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