The behavior of ants of different species during joint foraging

@article{Putyatina2011TheBO,
  title={The behavior of ants of different species during joint foraging},
  author={T. Putyatina},
  journal={Entomological Review},
  year={2011},
  volume={91},
  pages={264-273}
}
The interaction between ants with different levels of social and territorial organization (Formica polyctena, Myrmica rubra, M. ruginodis, M. schencki, Lasius niger, and Formica fusca) was studied in the Ugra National Park (Kaluga Prov., Russia). The behavior of ants competing for an abundant source of food (carbohydrate feeders) was analyzed. It was found that the possibility of ants coexisting in a multi-species association was ensured, in particular, by different strategies of feeding… Expand
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