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" The leaf-catting ants attacked the young plants and defoliated them ; but I have never seen any of the trees out on the savannahs that are guarded by the Pseudomyrma touched by them, and have no doubt the acacia is protected from them by its little warriors.... "
The Naturalist in Nicaragua: A Narrative of a Residence at the Gold Mines of ... - Page 221
by Thomas Belt - 1888 - 403 lehte
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Ants: Their Structure, Development and Behavior

William Morton Wheeler - 1910 - 663 lehte
...but none of them took to the thorns for shelter, nor the glands and fruit-like bodies for food. . . . The leaf-cutting ants attacked the young plants and...Acacia is protected from them by its little warriors." There are several other thorn-inhabiting Pseudomyrma (belli, fuh'cscens, spinicola) that nest in this...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, 1. osa

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1922
...and reared some young plants. Ants of many kinds were numerous, but none of them took to the horns for shelter, nor the glands and fruitlike bodies for...sweetish, pulpy substance; so that the ant, when it makes au entrance into them, finds its new house full of food. It hollows this out, leaving only the hardened...
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Journeys Through Bookland: A New and Original Plan for Reading ..., 7. köide

Charles Herbert Sylvester - 1922
...plants, and defoliated them; but I have never seen any of the trees out on the savannahs that are guarded touched by them, and have no doubt the acacia is protected...the thorn. Strange to say, this treatment seems to favor the development of the thorn, as it increases in size, bulging out toward the base; whilst in...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1922
...already mentioned, the species that attend on the thorns are not found in the forest. The leaf-catting ants attacked the young plants and defoliated them...hollows this out, leaving only the hardened shell of the tl>orn. Strange to say, this treatment seems to favor the development of the thorn, as it increases...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1922
...them; but I have never seen any of the trees out on the savannahs that are guarded by the Paeudomyrma touched by them, and have no doubt the acacia is protected...thorns, when they are first developed, are soft, and flllod with a sweetish, pulpy substance; so that the ant, when It makes an entrance into them, finds...
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