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‘All good work is done the way Ants do things, little by little’ (Patrick Hearn) Ants, bees and wasps all belong to a large order of insects – the Hymenoptera.
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Less is known, though the structuring role of Lasius fuliginosus, another territorial ant species. Some earlier studies have shown or suggested that it may
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322 Boer. Worker caste of Lasius viehmeyeri. Zool. Med. Leiden 77 (2003) second funicular segment, and the relative long pilosity are unique in the subgenus
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269 Development and control of mound nests of black gArden ant (Lasius niger) in farmland A. Lind, A.-J. Martin, Ü. Aron, K. Hiiesaar, E. Koskor and T. Lukas
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Summary. The polygynous invasive ant Lasius neglectus was described from Budapest, Hungary, as an unicoloNial species, with no apparent colony barriers, and inferred
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Responses of the Ant Lasius niger to Various Compounds Perceived as Sweet in Humans: a Structure–Activity Relationship Study Jean-Marie Tinti and Claude Nofre
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Lasius neoniger ant queen on closely mowed bentgrass USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online2(22):1-5. TGIF Record Number: 94385. brood.
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APHID FAUNA (STERNORRHyNCHA, APHIDINEA) IN THE NESTS OF LaSiuS FLavuS 75 The third community was the Festuco-Stipion xerothermic grassland, with
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This ant and Lasius niger americanus are the only Lasius varieties that are not strictly hypogaeic.
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NOTES 64 Formica pergandei Emery is found in woods, woodland edges, and semi-open or open areas near woodland edges (Coovert 2005). It nests under rotten logs or