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LES FOURMIS ARBORICOLES PDF - Download/Embed scientific diagram | - Repartition des trois especes de fourmis arboricoles les plus frequentes dans les . Dans les communautés de fourmis arboricoles des forêts tropicales, des ressources d'origine végétale riches en énergie permettent aux fourmis d' atteindre des. Les fourmis arboricoles constituent l'un des groupes animaux les plus importants de la canopée des forêts tropicales par leur nombre d'individus et leur.


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Camponotus vividusest une fourmi arboricole dont l'activité de prospection s' exerce de jour. Elle présente deux pics d'activité vers 6 heures et 17 heures. Le nid. PDF | After having characterised the ecology of arboricolous ant societies Impact des fourmis sur les plantes cultivées en milieu tropical . Myrmécofaune arboricole associée aux couples Phragmanthera capitata (Sprengel). PDF | On Jan 1, , Alain Dejean and others published Rythme d'activité et comportement prédateur chez la fourmi arboricole néotropicale Dolichoderus.

Mesonotum elliptical in dorsal view; reduced and lighter than adjacent integument; scutoscutellar mesopleura forming a unique plate, without a transverse incision sulcus broad and weakly impressed; scutellum rounded and separating anepisternum and katepisternum; mesopleural tooth placed at the same level as the scutum; axillae subtriangular; absent. Propodeum unarmed; dorsal face meeting the declivous face Etymology.

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Legs long and slender; pretarsal claws with a short of the genus Hohenbergia Schult. Figure 4 Distribution map for Anochetus hohenbergiae. The black square shows the region where the specimens were found in three distinct localities very close.

Delabie Comments. Anochetus hohenbergiae shares its large Distribution. Anochetus hohenbergiae is known size, elongate body and serially dentate mandibles only from three localities in southern state of Bahia, with members of the emarginatus group, a Neotropical Northeastern Brazil.

During the following pilosity, posterior margin of head strongly concave, years a single gyne and two workers were collected in mandibles with a row of 13—16 teeth in the masticatory the same locality, but no information was obtained margin, propodeum unarmed, and petiolar node with a on their habits, except that at least one of the workers single, reduced apical tooth is unique in the genus.

This was collected foraging on the ground in a cocoa species shares the exceptionally large body size with A.

Intraspecific combat in the red wood ant (Formica lugubris, Zett.)

Six dealate gynes and two workers were found associated with several the right mid leg. Morren ex Mez, and Hohenbergia sp. At Una, the ants were found at the base of Hohenbergia spp.

Morong Leguminosae, Mimosoideae and Rollinia laurifolia Schlecht. Annonaceae , at 14 and 19 meters high the trees were 21 and 28 meters high, respectively. Each gyne was associated with a single bromeliad, which suggests that they were probably founding colonies. An astigmatine mite Acari: Sarcoptiformes: Astigmatina was found attached to the body of one of the workers.

The mite was in the hypopus stage, an heteromorphic deutonymph which is a resistant form that lacks mouthparts, has a closed gut, is highly resistant to environmental stress, and commonly has ventral suckers with which it secures attachment to insects and other animals when searching for suitable sites to achieve its full development. Full circles: Hohenbergia spp.

Harvard University Press, Cambridge, common for most Anochetus species. According to Brown , members of the Brown W. Part VI.

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Ponerinae, Tribe Ponerini, Subtribe arboreal foragers that often nest in hollow branches Odontomachiti. Section B. Genus Anochetus and Bibliography. Studia or in epiphytes or between palm leaf bases well above Entomologica This is also the case with A. Nevertheless, there are two species recently Delabie J.

Contribution ground: A. In spite of shared of cocoa plantations to the conservation of native ants Insecta: Hymenoptera: Formicidae with a special emphasis on the Atlantic morphological features, the emarginatus group is quite Forest fauna of southern Bahia, Brazil. Biodiversity and Conservation heterogeneous biologically. Brown mentions that ergatoid gynes Delabie J. However, current studies report Colombia.

A taxonomic revision of in Anochetus emarginatus Fabricius Chris Starr, the Neotropical myrmicine ant genus Lachnomyrmex Wheeler in prep. Longino suggests that another species Hymenoptera: Formicidae. Zootaxa List of Neotropical ants.

Biota Colombiana hohenbergiae and the members of the emarginatus group 5: Neotropical species of Anochetus can be performed. A new species of Anochetus Acknowledgments. Entomotropica A glossary of surface sculpture.

The authors Insectes Sociaux RMF acknowledges Lattke J. Subfamilia Ponerinae, p. Longino J.

Ants of Costa Rica. Thus, P. Diversity and nest site selection of social wasps along Guianese forest edges: assessing the influence of arboreal ants C. Although P.

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Tolerance of the wasps by D. Congruent cuticular hydrocarbons: biochemical convergence of a social wasp, an ant and a host plant Biochem. Chemical strategies to deal with ants: a review of mimicry, camouflage, propaganda, and phytomimesis by ants Hymenoptera: Formicidae and other arthropods Myrmecol.

Ant-lepidopteran associations along African forest edges Sci. Rather, such a scenario is reminiscent of the parabiotic associations between two ant species sharing the same nest in ant gardens, each species having its own colony odor.

Ant gardens: interspecific recognition in parabiotic species Behav. Consequently, whereas their foraging activities are diurnal as for most other wasp species , P. By very rarely venturing beyond their nest surface, P. More generally, the wariness of P.

This is comparable to the way territorially-dominant arboreal ant species D. Rainforest canopy ants: the implications of territoriality and predatory behavior Funct. How territoriality and host-tree taxa determine the structure of ant mosaics Sci.However, current studies report Colombia.

II: Odontomachiti. Ant-lepidopteran associations along African forest edges Sci.

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During the following pilosity, posterior margin of head strongly concave, years a single gyne and two workers were collected in mandibles with a row of 13—16 teeth in the masticatory the same locality, but no information was obtained margin, propodeum unarmed, and petiolar node with a on their habits, except that at least one of the workers single, reduced apical tooth is unique in the genus.

Travel Passport to inspiration. Pronotum evenly convex in relatively narrow; scutum large and rounded; notauli indistinct; lateral view, without projections; promesonotal suture relatively parapsidial lines feebly visible and subparallel; tegulae narrow and well impressed.

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