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" The main column of the army and the branch columns, at these times, were in their ordinary relative positions; but, instead of pressing forward eagerly, and plundering right and left, they seemed to have been all smitten with a sudden fit of laziness.... "
The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits of ... - Page 761
by Henry Walter Bates - 1880 - 774 lehte
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The naturalist on the river Amazons, 2. köide

Henry Walter Bates - 1863
...laziness. Some were walking slowly about, others were brushing their antennae with their fore-feet ; but the drollest sight was their cleaning one another....forth first one leg and then another, to be brushed or washed by one or more of its comrades, who performed the task by passing the limb between .the jaws...
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The Peep-show

1875
...and plundering right and left, they seem to have been all smitten with a sudden fit of laziness. Some were walking slowly about, others were brushing their...forth first one leg and then another, to be brushed or washed by one or more of its comrades, who performed the task by passing the limb between the jaws...
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Half Hours in the Tiny World: Wonders of Insect Life

1875 - 343 lehte
...laziness. Some were walking slowly about, others were brushing their antennae with their fore-feet; but the drollest sight was their cleaning one another....forth first one leg and then another, to be brushed or washed by one or more of its comrades, who performed the task by passing the limb between the jaws...
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The Popular Science Monthly, 7. köide

1875
...their fore-feet ; but the drollest sight is their cleaning one another. Here and there an ant may be seen, stretching forth first one leg and then another,...brushed and washed by one or more of its comrades, who perform the task by passing the limb between the jaws and the tongue, finishing by giving the antenna;...
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The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits of ...

Henry Walter Bates - 1880 - 774 lehte
...plundering right and left, they seemed to nave been all smitten with a sudden fit of laziness. Some were walking slowly about, others were brushing their antennae with their fore feet ; but the drollest eight was their cleaning one another. Here and there an ant was seen stretching forth first one leg...
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The boys' and girls' book of science

Boys - 1881 - 372 lehte
...plundering right and left, they seemed to have been all smitten with a sudden fit of laziness. Some were walking slowly about, others were brushing their...another, to be brushed and washed by one or more of his comrades, who performed the task by passing the limb between the jaws and the tongue, and finishing...
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Animal Intelligence

George John Romanes - 1882 - 520 lehte
...agility. Similarly, Bates thus describes the cleansing process in another genus of ants (Ecitons) : — Here and there an ant was seen stretching forth first...the task by passing the limb between the jaws and tongue, finishing by giving the antennae a friendly wipe. Habits of Play and Leisure. — The life...
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Glimpses of South America: Or, The Land of the Pampas

Mary Hield - 1882 - 222 lehte
...their feet ; but what is the most comical sight is to see them clean each other. An ant stretches out first one leg and then another to be brushed and washed by one of its companions, who accomplishes the task by passing the leg between its jaws, and then finishing...
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Animal Intelligence

George John Romanes - 1892 - 520 lehte
...left, they seemed to have been all smitten with a sudden fit of laziness. Some were walking sternly about, others were brushing their antennae with their...fore- feet ; but the drollest sight was their cleaning each other. [Here follows the nbove-quoted passage.] The actions of these ants looked like simple indulgence...
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Library of Natural History, 11. köide

Richard Lydekker - 1901 - 3556 lehte
...they bestow much care upon their toilet, assisting each other in this respect. Bates writes that ' ' here and there an ant was seen stretching forth first...the task by passing the limb between the jaws and tongue, finishing off by giving the antennae a friendly wipe." Recreations, too, are not unknown to...
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