Spatiotemporal patterns of intraspecific aggression in the invasive Argentine ant

@inproceedings{Suarez2002SpatiotemporalPO,
  title={Spatiotemporal patterns of intraspecific aggression in the invasive Argentine ant},
  author={Andrew V Suarez and David A. Holway and D. Liang and Neil D Tsutsui},
  year={2002}
}
The Argentine ant, Linepithema humile, is a widespread invasive species characterized by reduced intraspecific aggression within introduced populations. To illuminate the mechanisms underlying nestmate recognition in Argentine ants, we studied the spatial and temporal fidelity of intraspecific aggression in an introduced population of Argentine ants within which intraspecific aggression does occur. We quantified variation in the presence or absence of intraspecific aggression among nests over… CONTINUE READING
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