Camponotus


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Noun1.Camponotus - carpenter antsCamponotus - carpenter ants      
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
carpenter ant - ant that nests in decaying wood in which it bores tunnels for depositing eggs
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Essa riqueza de taxons que foram apresentados pelas subfamilias Myrmicinae e Formicinae, deve-se ao fato dos generos Pheidole e Camponotus, respectivamente, apresentarem uma grande riqueza de especies, estando estes generos entre os mais distribuidos e presentes no solo (HOLLDOBLER e WILSON, 1990; ULLOA-CHACON, 2004), entretanto no trabalho em questao, o genero que apresentou maior numero de especies na subfamilia Myrmicinae foi o Atta e nao o Pheidole.
roseiflora (Werdermann & Backeberg) Ostolaza (Cactaceae) y la relacion con la visita de la hormiga Camponotus sp.
0 0 0 0 0 Anochetus diegensis 0 0 1 1 1 Ambyopone armigera 0 0 0 0 0 Apterostigma pilosum 0 0 0 0 0 Camponotus sp.
2002, 2006), Camponotus rufipes (Jaffe & Sanchez 1984), Camponotus atriceps (Hernandez et al.
and Camponotus herculeanus and moose Alces alces calves during spring and early summer (Dahle et al.
DNA/PCR based molecular gut analysis of Coccinella septempunctata, Cheilomenes sexmaculata, Hippodamia convergens, Camponotus pennsylvanicus and Solenopsis invicta, for six hemipteran pest species namely Macrosiphum miscanthi, Aphis maidis, Schizaphis graminum, Bemisia tabaci, Empoasca kerri and Drosicha mangiferae was done in the laboratory.
Litter decomposition and soil organisms within and outside of Camponotus punctulatus nests in sown pasture in Northeastern Argentina.
During field studies of Diaphorina enderleini on Vernonia amygdalina, four ant species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) widespread in the Afrotropical Region were encountered with the psyllid colonies: Pheidole megacephala (Fabricius, 1793) at Yaounde, Nkolondon, Okola and Obala, Camponotus acvapimensis Mayr, 1862, at Olembe and Obala, Crematogaster striatula Emery, 1892, at Koutaba, and Myrmicaria opaciventris Emery, 1893, at Yaounde.
La composicion de especies de hormigas varia con respecto al uso y cuatro especies son las que aportan las mayores diferencias (Acropyga palaga, Crematogaster abstinens, Pheidole susannae y Camponotus novogranadensis).
The natural nests were occupied by four species of ants: Tapinoma sessile Say (three nests or 30% of occupied natural nests), Myrmica punctiventris Roger (one nest, 10%), Leptothorax curvispinosus Mayr (two nests, 20%) and Camponotus subbarbatus Emery (four nests, 40%).