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" When an ant came up to a cluster of leaf-hoppers attended by a wasp, the latter would not attempt to grapple with its rival on the leaf, but would fly off and hover over the ant; then when its little foe was well exposed, it would dart at it, and strike... "
The Naturalist in Nicaragua: A Narrative of a Residence at the Gold Mines of ... - Page 228
by Thomas Belt - 1874 - 403 lehte
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Animal Intelligence

George John Romanes - 1882 - 520 lehte
...with its fore-feet or its jaws ; but I think it was with the feet. I often saw a wasp trying to dear a leaf from ants that were already in full possession...again. If a wasp first obtained possession, it was able to keep it ; for the first ants that came up were only pioneers, and by knocking these off, it prevented...
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Animal Intelligence

George John Romanes - 1884 - 520 lehte
...the honey when it was exuded, just like the ants. When an ant came up to a cluster of leaf -hoppers attended by a wasp, the latter would not attempt to...again. If a wasp first obtained possession, it was able to keep it ; for the first ants that came up were only pioneers, and by knocking these off, it prevented...
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Animal Intelligence

George John Romanes - 1888 - 520 lehte
...sweet secretion of ' frog-hoppers : ' When an ant came up to a cluster of leaf -hoppers attended hy a wasp, the latter would not attempt to grapple with...again. If a wasp first obtained possession, it was able to keep it ; for the first ants that came up were only pioneers, and by knocking these off, it prevented...
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Animal Intelligence

George John Romanes - 1890 - 520 lehte
...to strike three or four times at an ant before it made it quit its hold and fall. At other times ore ant after the other would be struck off with great...again. If a wasp first obtained possession, it was able to keep it ; for the first ants that came up were only pioneers, and by knocking these off, it prevented...
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Bulletin

Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey - 1898 - 245 lehte
..."Similarly as in the Savannahs, I had observed a wasp attend.ing the honey-glands of the bull's-horn acacia along with the ants; so at Santo Domingo another...again. If a wasp first obtained possession, it was able to keep it, for the first ants that came up were only pioneers, and by knocking these off it prevented...
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On the Instincts and Habits of the Solitary Wasps, 2. number

George Williams Peckham, Elizabeth Gifford Peckham - 1898 - 245 lehte
..."Similarly as in the Savannahs, I had observed a wasp attending the honey-glands of the bull's-horn acacia along with the ants; so at Santo Domingo another...again. If a wasp first obtained possession, it was able to keep it, for the first ants that came up were only pioneers, and by knocking these off it prevented...
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Bulletin - Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, 13. number

Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey - 1898
...attempt to grapple with its rival on the leaf, but would fly off and hover over the ant; then when ita little foe was well exposed, it would dart at it,...again. If a wasp first obtained possession, it was able to keep it, for the first ants that came up were only pioneers, and by knocking these off it prevented...
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