Monomorium


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Noun1.Monomorium - a genus of FormicidaeMonomorium - a genus of Formicidae    
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
Monomorium pharaonis, pharaoh ant, pharaoh's ant - small red ant of warm regions; a common household pest
little black ant, Monomorium minimum - tiny glossy black ant; nests outdoors but invades houses for food
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2 Cyphomyrmex rimosus X Cyphomyrmex strigatus Monomorium pharaonis X Mycetophylax morschi X X X Mycetophylax simplex X X X Pheidole (gr.
Crematogaster lineolata, Crematogaster missuriensis, Monomorium minimum, Pheidole tysoni, Solenopsis cf.
The Pharaoh's ant, Monomorium pharaonis is attracted to both meat and fatty foods but small pieces of raw liver are especially attractive [3].
Foram capturadas formigas distribuidas em dez generos, sendo eles Brachymyrmex, Tapinoma, Wasmania, Pheidole, Camponotus, Linepithema, Monomorium, Dorymyrmex, Solenopsis e Paratrechina (Figura 1).
Less abundant but consistently present, another ant, Monomorium ebeninum Forel, preyed mainly on Campylothorax cabana and other similarly sized and colored collembolans.
Palau's government has been instrumental in coordinating and implementing a plan to control the invasive Singapore ant, Monomorium destructor, on outer islands.
obtusospinosa Pergande scrubland direct collection Solenopsidini Forel Monomorium ebeninum Forel greenhouse honey trap Monomorium aff.
Three zodariid species were found to generally mimic ants: Trygettus sexoculatus mimicked tiny yellow-brown ants such as Monomorium niloticum, Z.
In addition, liver of other vertebrates such as rabbit, fowl, sheep, or ox has been used to rear the pharaoh's ant, Monomorium pharaonis (L.
Michaud (2004) found Brachymyrmex obscurior Forel, Camponotus floridanus (Buckley), Crematogaster ashmeadi (Mayr), Dorymyrmex reginicula (Trager), Monomorium floricola Jerdon, Paratrechina bourbonica (Forel), Pseudomyrmex gracilis (Fabricius), Solenopsis invicta Buren and Dorymyrmex bureni (Trager) collecting honeydew from D.