ant tribe

ant tribe

n
(in China) a generation of young people who have migrated from rural areas to cities in large numbers
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Agosti, "The phylogeny of the ant tribe Formicini (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) with the description of a new genus," Systematic Entomology, vol.
Ward, "One nutritional symbiosis begat another: phylogenetic evidence that the ant tribe Camponotini acquired Blochmannia by tending sap-feeding insects," BMC Evolutionary Biology, vol.
The documentary, by filmmaker Weijun Chen, looks at what is described as the "ant tribe" - millions of students trawling the job market for few positions.
The ant tribe Tetramoriini (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
Newspapers and blogs speak of the "ant tribe" of recent graduates living in cramped basements in the country's big cities while futilely searching for work.
The ant tribe Dacetini: limits and the constituent genera, with descriptions of new species.
The ant larvae of the myrmicine ant tribe Solenopsidini.
tatusia is the only known living species of the ant tribe Agroecomyrmecini, a very old group of ants which, according to Brown & Kempf (1967), was probably widespread during the early Tertiary in the south and north American hemispheres.
Anyway, I first tried to rid us of this particular ant tribe with the remaining Indiana elixir.
Revision of the ant tribe Dacetini, with the establishment of the Basicefotini new tribe.
They are the fast-expanding ''ant tribes'' of China, young graduates who, the Chinese media say, squeak by with unstable jobs, live in shared rooms and spend hours commuting from the outskirts of the city.