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Untersuchungen über den Nahrungserwerb der Waldameisen (Formica polyctena foerster) im Eichenwald
SummaryDuring a year, the workers of a medium-sized nest of red wood ants, which is characterized by a territory of 0.27 ha and a number of 10 workers running out per sec at 15°C, collected onExpand
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Revisions of Nearctic Tersilochinae V. Genera Allophroides Horstmann and Gelanes Horstmann (partim)
The Nearctic species of Allophroides Horstmann and of Gelanes Horstmann were undescribed until now. In this paper, all known species of Allophroides (six species) and thirteen species of Gelanes areExpand
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Two hundred and twenty-five species of reared western Palaearctic Campopleginae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae)in the National Museums of Scotland, with descriptions of new species of Campoplex and
Host and in some cases detailed rearing data are presented for 225 species of western Palaearctic Campopleginae from reared material in the National Museums of Scotland, with comments on phenology ofExpand
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Revisions of Nearctic Tersilochinae IV. Genus Phradis Förster
Phradis Förster is a moderately large genus, which was re-described by Horstmann (1971: 67 f.), Townes (1971: 46) and Gauld (1984: 313). Described and undescribed species are known from almost allExpand
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Untersuchungen über den Nahrungserwerb der Waldameisen (Formica polyctena Foerster) im Eichenwald
SummaryThe number of ants running out of or into the nest depends mainly on temperature (with a maximum near 23° C), and to a small degree on day-time. Disturbing factors are darkness andExpand
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Revisions of Nearctic Tersilochinae II. Genera Allophrys Förster, Barycnemis Förster, Ctenophion gen. nov., Sathropterus Förster, Spinolochus Horstmann
Twenty-one Nearctic species of the genera Allophrys Förster, Barycnemis Förster, Ctenophion gen. nov., Sathropterus Förster, Spinolochus Horstmann and Stethantyx Townes are revised, and most of themExpand
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Untersuchungen über den Nahrungserwerb der Waldameisen (Formica polyctena Foerster) im Eichenwald
SummaryThe amount of prey brought into the nest attains a maximum in May, which in the years of an outbreak of Tortrix viridana is not much higher than during the times of latency of this insect, andExpand
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Regulation der Temperatur in Waldameisen- Nestern (Formica polyctena Förster) / Temperature Regulation in Wood Ant Nests (Formica polyctena Förster)
The interior of wood ant nests (Hymenoptera, Formicidae, Formica polyctena Förster) and artificial piles of nest material has been heated with heating wires in the field. In the artificial piles aExpand
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