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" ... which probably were kept •warm by the crowding together of the ants. Besides the common darkcoloured workers and light-coloured officers, I saw here many still larger individuals with enormous jaws. These they go about holding wide open in a threatening... "
The Naturalist in Nicaragua - Page 25
by Thomas Belt - 2005 - 448 lehte
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Animal Intelligence

George John Romanes - 1882 - 520 lehte
...down to the centre of the cluster, and brought out clinging to it many ants holding larvae and pupse, which probably were kept warm by the crowding together...go about holding wide open in a threatening manner. It was this ant which, as previously stated, showed sympathy and fellow-feeling with companions in...
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The American Naturalist

1900
...down to the center of the cluster, and brought out clinging to it many ants holding larvae and pupae, which probably were kept warm by the crowding together of the ants. The workers of the Texan species of Eciton have a very disagreeable odor unlike that of other ants....
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The American Naturalist, 35. köide,2. osa

1900
...down to the center of the cluster, and brought out clinging to it many ants holding larvae and pupa;, which probably were kept warm by the crowding together of the ants. The workers of the Texan species of Eciton have a very disagreeable odor unlike that of other ants....
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Ants: Their Structure, Development and Behavior

William Morton Wheeler - 1910 - 663 lehte
...together of the ants. Besides the common darkcolored workers and light-colored officers, I saw there many still larger individuals with enormous jaws....that it was difficult to withdraw the jaws from the skin." These observations recall the clustering habit of the African Anomma as described by Savage,...
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Ants: Their Structure, Development and Behavior

William Morton Wheeler - 1910 - 663 lehte
...of the cluster and brought out clinging to it many ants holding larvse and pupae which were probably kept warm by the crowding together of the ants. Besides the common darkcolored workers and light-colored officers, I saw there many still larger individuals with enormous...
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