TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «MYRMECOPHILOUS»
The term «myrmecophilous» is used very little and occupies the 178.693
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MYRMECOPHILOUS»
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Ecology and Behaviour of the Ladybird Beetles (Coccinellidae)
Per definition, myrmecophilous species would take more benefits when
exploiting colonies tended by ants than unattended ones, which would not be the
case for non- myrmecophilous species. 7.10.1 Non-myrmecophilous coccinellid
Ivo Hodek, A. Honek, Helmut F. van Emden, 2012
Interrelationship Between Insects and Plants
There are about 540 insectivorous plants as opposed to around 465 myrme-
cophilous plants or myrmecophytes (see Figure 7.1 and Table 7.1). New
myrmecophilous plants are discovered every year, while the list of carnivorous
plants seems ...
Tropical Rainforest Research — Current Issues
Ants are well-known for their involvement in various interactions with plants,
Homoptera and a large guild of myrmecophilous arthropods (Holldobler & Wilson
1990). An interesting paradigm for ecological and evolutionary studies on ...
D.S. Edwards, W.E. Booth, S.C. Choy, 1996
A Bibliography of Ant Systematics
Myrmecophilous notes for 1911. Entomol. Rec. J. Var. 24:4-10. [1912.01.15]
Donisthorpe, H. 1912b. Some races of ants new to Britain. Entomol. Rec. J. Var.
24:306. [1912.12.15] Donisthorpe, H. 1913a. Some notes on the genus Myrmica.
Insects and Plants: Parallel Evolution & Adaptations, Second ...
Myrmecophilous Plants As Guerin, the French romatic writer explains at the head
of this chapter, "Kings can see their palaces falling down, but ants will always
keep their dwellings intact." At the beginning of the evolution of myrmecophilous
A revision of the myrmecophilous tribe Deremini (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae), part
I: The Dorylopora complex and their behavior. Annals of the Entomological
Society of America, 59(2): 341-358. 1968. Revision of the myrmecophilous
Biology of Australian Butterflies
Effects of larval diet on myrmecophilous qualities of Polyommatus icarus
caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Oecologia, Berl. 83: 284-287. Fiedler, K.,
1991. Systematic, evolutionary and ecological implications of myrmecophily
within the ...
Roger Laurence Kitching, 1999
The Complete Field Guide to Butterflies of Australia
... are butterfly species is found to utilise particular designated as 'occasionally'.
Species that have plant parts (e.g. flowers, seeds) or plants in obligate
myrmecophilous associations with different parts of its geographic range. If more
ants are ...
Insect Evolutionary Ecology: Proceedings of the Royal ...
Fiedler, K. and Maschwitz, U. (1987) Functional analysis of the myrmecophilous
relationships between ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) and lycaenids (
Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). III. New aspects of the function of the retractile
tentacular organs ...
Royal Entomological Society of London. Symposium, Mark Fellowes, Graham Holloway, 2005
Current Advances in Scarabaeoidea Research
In: Ratcliffe B, Krell F—T (Eds) Current advances in Scarabaeoidea research.
ZooKeys 34: 129—140. doi: 10.3897/Zookeys.34.262 Abstract The genus
Cremastocheilus (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Cetoniinae) is a myrmecophilous
group of ...
Brett Ratcliffe, Frank-thaorsten Krell, 2010
8 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «MYRMECOPHILOUS»
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Oil palm ecology suits some.
... while their scavenging activity related to how complex the plant communities were and to many other organisms, myrmecophilous or not ! «The Earth Times, Nov 14»
52-million-year-old Beetle Fossil is Oldest Known Practitioner of …
Today, there are about 370 described species belonging to Clavigeritae, a group of myrmecophilous (“ant-loving”) beetles about 1–3 ... «Entomology Today, Oct 14»
Myrmecophily: Beetle Trapped In Amber For 52 Million Years And …
Today, there are about 370 described species belonging to Clavigeritae, a group of myrmecophilous, or "ant-loving" beetles about 1–3 ... «Science 2.0, Oct 14»
Photo gallery: The oldest known insect parasite
So-called myrmecophilous (ant-loving) insects, they have evolved special brushes on their backs that secrete a substance the ants adore. «Science AAAS, Oct 14»
Photo: Mite Attacking Ant Entombed in Amber, Oldest Fossil of Its Kind
“The technical term for an animal that lives among ants is myrmecophilous, which is Latin for 'ant-loving,'” Dunlop said. “For the ant, however, ... «NatGeo News Watch, Sep 14»
Janet Suzman: My six best books
Latin seems to explain a plant very well to me: myrmecophilous, for example, means an ant-loving thing. You can only learn two a week, though ... «Express.co.uk, Mar 13»
Chemical warfare of stealthy silverfish
Myrmecophilous (ant-loving) silverfish live their lives in and amongst army ants. To avoid being killed or rejected from the nest the silverfish ... «Science Codex, Nov 11»
Petal power: How green is your bouquet?
Amid the fynbos's 7,700 plant species, you'll find the striped mouse, Cape sugarbird, rare myrmecophilous butterflies that eat ants, and the ... «Independent, Nov 06»