Corpus ID: 82194921

Foraging behaviour and nest moving in Prorhinotermes inopinatus (Rhinotermitidae), a termite without workers

@inproceedings{Roisin2001ForagingBA,
  title={Foraging behaviour and nest moving in Prorhinotermes inopinatus (Rhinotermitidae), a termite without workers},
  author={Y. Roisin and M. Pearcy and T. Rupf},
  year={2001}
}
The ontogeny of soldiers in Prorhinotermes simplex (Isoptera, Rhinotermitidae)
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The observed patterns of soldier production in P. simplex correspond well to its ecological strategy of an advanced single-site nester able to migrate and form foraging groups. Expand
(E,E)-α-Farnesene, an Alarm Pheromone of the Termite Prorhinotermes canalifrons
The behavioral and electroantennographic responses of Prorhinotermes canalifrons to its soldier frontal gland secretion, and two separated major components of the secretion, (E)-1-nitropentadec-1-eneExpand
Neocembrene A, a major component of the trail-following pheromone in the genus Prorhinotermes (Insecta, Isoptera, Rhinotermitidae)
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The comparison of the respective biological activities triggered by neocembrene A and by sternal gland secretion suggests that minor components of the latter are acting in synergy with neoce Umbrene A, suggesting a special status to the taxon Prorhinotermes among Rhinotermitidae. Expand