Foraging by Atta sexdens (Formicidae: Attini): seasonal patterns, caste and efficiency

@article{Fowler1979ForagingBA,
  title={Foraging by Atta sexdens (Formicidae: Attini): seasonal patterns, caste and efficiency},
  author={H. Fowler and S. W. Robinson},
  journal={Ecological Entomology},
  year={1979},
  volume={4}
}
Abstract. 1. Atta sexdens changes diel periods of foraging, the size of its foraging territory, the numbers and lengths of foraging trails, and its rate of foraging with respect to seasonality in subtropical Paraguay. Leaf loads are significantly larger in warmer months than loads carried in cooler months. 
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