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BRACHYMYRMEX PATAGONICUS (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE), AN EMERGING PEST SPECIES IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES
Abstract Brachymyrmex patagonicus Mayr is a recently introduced species that is well established in the Gulf Coast region of the United States. This species is abundant in Georgia, Florida, Alabama,Expand
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A review of the Nearctic Odontomachus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Ponerinae) with a treatment of the males.
The ant genus Odontomachus Latreille in the United States is reviewed. Six species are treated: O. brunneus (Patton), O. clarus Roger, O. desertorum Wheeler stat. nov., O. relictus Deyrup and Cover,Expand
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A preliminary list of the ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Alabama, U.S.A
One hundred and fifty-four species of Formicidae, plus the hybrid fire ant Solenopsis invicta x richteri, are reported from Alabama, U.S.A. Fifty-nine new state records are presented and countyExpand
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Global and Temporal Spread of a Taxonomically Challenging Invasive ant, Brachyponera chinensis (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
Abstract The Asian needle ant, Brachyponera chinensis (Emery) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), is an East Asian species currently spreading through the eastern US. Although not aggressive, B. chinensis hasExpand
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Notes and New Distributional Records of Invasive Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in the Southeastern United States
The spread and establishment of alien species into new regions is becoming commonplace with increased global trade and a warming climate. Ants are among the most successful of these species due toExpand
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First Record of Pyramica epinotalis (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) for the United States
Pyramica epinotalis is an arboreal dacetine ant previously known only from Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, and southern Mexico. Here we report the first records of P. epinotalis for the United States.Expand
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REVISION OF THE NEARCTIC ENDEMIC FORMICA PALLIDEFULVA GROUP
We revise the Nearctic endemic Formica pallidefulva group based on study of types and other museum specimens and material in J. Trager’s collection. The latter material originates from 30 years ofExpand
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Density and Dispersion of Cavity Dwelling Ant Species in Nuts of Eastern US Forest Floors
ABSTRACT Here we report on nut-nesting ant communities in the southeastern United States. We compared species diversity, ant abundance, and nut occupancy rates among sites in five states, and reportExpand
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Geographic spread of Strumigenys silvestrii (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dacetini)
Strumigenys silvestrii is a tiny dacetine ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dacetini), apparently from South America, that has spread to the southern US and the West Indies. Strumigenys silvestrii hasExpand
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First record of the genus Leptanilloides (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dorylinae) from the United States.
We describe a new species of the Neotropical genus Leptanilloides, L. chihuahuaensis sp. n., based on male specimens from the Davis Mountains in western Texas. Known males of species ofExpand
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