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" They make their temporary habitations in hollow trees, and sometimes underneath large fallen trunks that offer suitable hollows. A nest that I came across in the latter situation was open at one side. The ants were clustered together in a dense mass,... "
The Naturalist in Nicaragua: A Narrative of a Residence at the Gold Mines of ... - Page 25
by Thomas Belt - 1874 - 403 lehte
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Animal Intelligence

George John Romanes - 1882 - 520 lehte
...They make their temporary habitations in hollow trees, and sometimes underneath large fallen trucks that offer suitable hollows. A nest that I came across...brought out clinging to it many ants holding larvae and pupse, which probably were kept warm by the crowding together of the ants. Besides the common dark-coloured...
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Animal Intelligence

George John Romanes - 1890 - 520 lehte
...formed of inorganic materials. Down these holes the ants who were bringing in booty passed with then- prey. I thrust a long stick down to the centre of...brought out clinging to it many ants holding larvae and pupae, which probably were kept warm by the crowding together of the ants. Besides the common dark-coloured...
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Animal Intelligence

George John Romanes - 1891 - 520 lehte
...hundreds of thousands of individuals, although many columns were outside, some bringing in the pupse of ants, others the legs and dissected bodies of various...brought out clinging to it many ants holding larvae and pupse, which probably were kept warm by the crowding together of the ants. Besides the common dark-coloured...
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The Cambridge Natural History, 6. köide

Sir Arthur Everett Shipley - 1899
...of concealment, and there clustered together in a compact mass like a swarm of bees. Belt says : " They make their temporary habitations in hollow trees...brought out clinging to it many ants holding larvae and pupae." by the male sex only. The discoveries (to be subsequently alluded to) made in the Old World...
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The American Naturalist, 35. köide,2. osa

1900
...the ants who were bringing in booty passed with their prey. I thrust a long stick down to the center of the cluster, and brought out clinging to it many...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

1900
...the ants who were bringing in booty passed with their prey. I thrust a long stick 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...
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The Natural History of Animals: The Animal Life of the World in ..., 7. köide

James Richard Ainsworth Davis - 1904
...following account of ants of the sort in regard to this matter (in A Naturalist in Nicaragua]: — "They make their temporary habitations in hollow trees...brought out clinging to it many ants holding larvae and pupae." Ants as agriculturalists and mushroom-growers have been dealt with in an earlier section (see...
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Ants: Their Structure, Development and Behavior

William Morton Wheeler - 1910 - 663 lehte
...the ants who were bringing in booty passed with their prey. I thrust a long stick down to the center of the cluster and brought out clinging to it many ants holding larvae and pupae which were probably kept warm by the crowding together of the ants. Besides the common darkcolored...
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Ants: Their Structure, Development and Behavior

William Morton Wheeler - 1910 - 663 lehte
...the ants who were bringing in booty passed with their prey. I thrust a long stick down to the center 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...
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