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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 - Page 25
by Thomas Belt - 2005 - 448 lehte
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The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., 2. köide

Hugh Chisholm - 1910
...crralica. hollow trees or similar situations, where the insects may be seen, according to T. Belt, " clustered together in a dense mass like a great swarm of bees hanging from the roof." The harvesting habits of certain ants have long been known, the subterranean store-houses of Mediterranean...
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forest, steppe & tundra studies in animal evironment

...ants were clustered together in a dense mass like a swarm of bees, hanging from the roof but reaching the ground below. Their innumerable long legs looked...together the mass, which must have been at least a cubic yard in bulk, and contained hundreds of thousands of individuals, although many columns were...
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