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" ... dropping them over the slope, and rushing back immediately for more. They also brought out great numbers of dead ants that the fumes of the carbolic acid had killed. A few days afterwards, when I visited the locality again, I found both the old burrows... "
Guatemala: the Land of the Quetzal: A Sketch - Page 391
by William Tufts Brigham - 1887 - 453 lehte
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The Naturalist in Nicaragua: A Narrative of a Residence at the Gold Mines of ...

Thomas Belt - 1874 - 403 lehte
...locality again, I found both the old burrows and the new one entirely deserted, and I thought they had died off; but subsequent events convinced me that...from the one of the year before. I poured down the borrows, as before, several buckets of water with carbolic acid. The water is required to carry the...
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Guatemala: the Land of the Quetzal: A Sketch

William Tufts Brigham - 1887 - 453 lehte
...locality again, I found both the old burrows and the new one entirely deserted, and I thought they had died off; but subsequent events convinced me that...two hundred yards from the one of the year before. J poured down the burrows, as before, several buckets of water with carbolic acid. The water is required...
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Foundations of Tropical Forest Biology: Classic Papers with Commentaries

Robin L. Chazdon, T. C. Whitmore, Timothy Charles Whitmore - 2002 - 862 lehte
...locality again, I found both the old burrows and the new one entirely deserted, and I thought they had died off; but subsequent events convinced me that...before my garden was again invaded. I had then a number oí' rose-trees and also cabbages growing, which the ants seemed to prefer to everything else. The...
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The Naturalist in Nicaragua

Thomas Belt - 2005 - 448 lehte
...locality again, I found both the old borrows and the new one entirely deserted, and I thought they had died off ; but subsequent events convinced me...cabbages. I followed them to their nest, and found it aboat two hundred yards from the one of the year before. I poured down the barrows, as before, several...
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The Naturalist in Nicaragua

Thomas Belt - 1985 - 403 lehte
...locality again, I found both the old burrows and the new one entirely deserted, and I thought they had died off; but subsequent events convinced me that...them to their nest, and found it about two hundred yai'ds from the one of the year before. I poured down the burrows, as before, several buckets of water...
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