T. A. Novgorodova

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Honeydew collectors of Formica pratensis taken from the nature (control) and laboratory-reared “naïve” ants, which had never met either “mature” workers or aphids and aphidophages, were observed during their interactions with various aphid enemies: adults and larvae of ladybirds and lacewings, and larvae of syrphid flies. The naïve ants were significantly(More)
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