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  • |comment2=An ''[[Acropyga goeldii]]'' worker carries a mealybug. Viçosa, Minas Gerais, Brazil (image by Alex Wild). |comment3=Profile view of an ''[[Acropyga glaesaria]]'' paratype, carrying mealybug in mandibles.
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  • ...cus reginae''|Associate Taxon Link = |Associate Relationship = trophobiont|Associate Relationship Link = Trophobiosis|Locality = Dominican Amber (Miocene)|Sourc ...MNH); 2 paratype queens (both alate), 2 paratype males in amber piece with mealybug ''E. abductus'' holotype deposited in the Natur-Museum Senckenberg (Germany
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  • Lapolla (2004) - This species is known to tend the mealybug ''Eumyrmococcus scorpiodes'' (see De Lotto, 1977 for more details) and has ...a'' (''Eumyrmoccus corinthiacus'') is thought to be closely related to the mealybug species utilized by ''A. arnoldi'' (Williams, 1998).
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  • ...us falcifer''|Associate Taxon Link = |Associate Relationship = trophobiont|Associate Relationship Link = Trophobiosis|Locality = |Source = LaPolla (2004)|Notes
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  • ...zungwensis ''|Associate Taxon Link = |Associate Relationship = trophobiont|Associate Relationship Link = Trophobiosis|Locality = Tanzania|Source = Schneider & L ...Heinze & K. Jessen. 1987. First European record of a queen ant carrying a mealybug during her mating flight. NatUlwissenschaften 74:139-140.
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  • ...ccurs in the nearctic region. ''A. epedana'' is dependent on a [[Mealybug| mealybug species]] ([http://www.eol.org/pages/839256 ''Rhizoecus colombiensis'']) fo ...oung queen ants leave the nest to mate and start new colonies, they take a mealybug with them. Portal, Arizona, USA. Photo by Alex Wild.
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  • ...n|Source = Terayama, 1985, 1986|Notes = |Inline = yes}} in Japan, with the mealybug living in the ants' nests and the ants feeding on the mealybugs' honeydew (
    13 KB (1,814 words) - 09:40, 4 April 2021
  • ...cus smithii''|Associate Taxon Link = |Associate Relationship = trophobiont|Associate Relationship Link = Trophobiosis|Locality = |Source = Terayama, 1988); LaPo .... Brady. 2016. Phylogenomics, biogeography and diversification of obligate mealybug-tending ants in the genus Acropyga. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 1
    13 KB (1,808 words) - 00:12, 21 July 2021
  • ...nts, and (3) to feeding sites. Ants build flat soil pavilions around their mealybug feeding sites and tend their trophobiosis partners. It is assumed that ''Ps ...seudacteon'' sp.|Associate Taxon Link = |Associate Relationship = parasite|Associate Relationship Link =Parasites and Parasitoids|Locality = Thailand|Source = B
    12 KB (1,556 words) - 00:06, 9 July 2021
  • ...d colonies were polydomous, diurnal and lived in tight trophobiosis with [[Mealybug| pseudococcids, ''Kermicus wroughtoni'']], which were kept inside the nest ...transported. When new colonies are founded, horizontal transmission of the mealybug partners is likely, unlike ''[[Tetraponera attenuata]]'' where foundresses
    24 KB (3,462 words) - 09:46, 4 April 2021
  • {{Associate |Associate Type = fungus
    21 KB (2,837 words) - 01:09, 7 July 2021
  • |comment3=Workers tending a mealybug (family Pseudococcidae) on a new leaf shoot. Panther Lake Nature Area, Fede ...ciate Taxon = ''Formica pacifica''|Associate Taxon Link = Formica pacifica|Associate Relationship = host|Locality =|Source =|Notes =|Inline = yes}}. New colonie
    32 KB (4,484 words) - 00:21, 21 July 2021
  • ...|Associate Type Link = Lepidoptera|Associate Taxon = ''Lampides boeticus''|Associate Taxon Link = |Locality = Java|Source = Roepke, 1910|Notes = |Inline = yes}} ...sitoid ''Anagyrus lopezi'', a species used to control the invasive cassava mealybug ''Phenacoccus manihoti'' (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae). They found that when
    46 KB (6,253 words) - 10:03, 24 July 2021
  • ...sitoid ''Anagyrus lopezi'', a species used to control the invasive cassava mealybug ''Phenacoccus manihoti'' (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae). They found that when ...|Associate Type Link = Lepidoptera|Associate Taxon = ''Lampides boeticus''|Associate Taxon Link = |Locality = |Source = Obregon et al. 2015|Notes = |Inline = ye
    55 KB (7,599 words) - 23:54, 20 July 2021
  • ...longirostrata''|Associate Taxon Link = |Associate Relationship = parasite|Associate Relationship Link =Parasites and Parasitoids|Locality = |Source = Brown et ...mealybug.pdf|Watung, J.F., Tulung, M., Salaki, C.L. 2020. First record of mealybug (''Paraputo odontomachi'' Takahashi) and two Ambrosia Beetles (''Amasa'' sp
    40 KB (5,603 words) - 03:11, 21 July 2021
  • ...= ''Ectatomma parasiticum'' |Associate Taxon Link = Ectatomma parasiticum|Associate Relationship = inquiline|Locality = |Source = |Notes = |Inline =}} ...nd Parasitoids|Locality = |Source = Universal Chalcidoidea Database|Notes =associate|Inline = }}
    56 KB (7,509 words) - 00:02, 9 July 2021
  • ...bia australica''|Associate Taxon Link = |Associate Relationship = parasite|Associate Relationship Link =Parasites and Parasitoids|Locality = |Source = Universal *Rico-Gray, V., and L. B. Thien. 1989. Ant-mealybug interaction decreases reproductive fitness of Schomburgkia tibicinis (Orchi
    35 KB (4,711 words) - 04:08, 24 July 2021
  • ...= Microdon|Associate Taxon = ''Microdon fulgens''|Associate Taxon Link = |Associate Relationship = predator|Locality = Florida, Georgia (type), New Jersey, Pen ...beza floridana''|Associate Taxon Link = |Associate Relationship = parasite|Associate Relationship Link =Parasites and Parasitoids|Locality = |Source = Universal
    62 KB (8,273 words) - 03:01, 9 July 2021
  • ...sitoid ''Anagyrus lopezi'', a species used to control the invasive cassava mealybug ''Phenacoccus manihoti'' (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae). They found that when ...indela duponti''|Associate Taxon Link = |Associate Relationship = predator|Associate Relationship Link = |Locality = Western Ghats, India|Source = Sinu et al.,
    74 KB (10,224 words) - 00:18, 23 July 2021
  • ...oto. 2017. Association between ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) and the vine mealybug (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) in table-grape vineyards in Eastern Spain. Pest ..., M. Branco, and J. C. Franco. 2015. Ant species (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) associate to Eucalyptus plantations in Portugal. Iberomyrmex 7: 11-16.
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