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Esse genero apresentou na area agricola duas de um total de cinco especies, corroborando com Macedo (2004), o qual concluiu que o genero Camponotus e caracteristico de ambientes degradados e apresenta grande abundancia em determinado ambiente alterado.
Odour convergence and tolerance between nestmate through trophallaxis and grooming in the ant Camponotus fellah (Dalla Torre).
Camponotus rufipes specimens were collected from six nests found along a cross-section in the Tiete Ecological Park (Figure 1), which is located on the east side of the city of Sao Paulo (23[degrees] 25' S; 46[degrees] 28' W).
Table 1: Occurrence of ant species, their nesting behaviour and associated coccoids in cocoa plot in Nigeria Ant Species Nesting behaviour Number of collected Ants Nests Crematogaster carton-structured nests 128 12 citri attached to main stems brevispinosa and trunks Camponotus soil-nesting at the base 48 2 citri of trunks of mature tree flavomarginatus aurantii Camponotus arboreal nests on dead 62 6 citri branches of tree zoc aurantii Camponotus nests on dead tree 93 6 citri branches acvapimensis Acantholepis soil-nesting near the base 56 1 citri of tree capensis Palothyreus Nested under felled dead 22 1 citri wood in the plot tarsatus Oecophylla arboreal nests formed by 256 78 citri binding together adjacent longinoda living leaves of cocoa sp.
Activity of four ant species (the most frequent in the study sites), namely Camponotus fellah Dalla Torre 1893, Cataglyphis albicans (Roger 1859), Messor arenarius (Fabricius 1787) and Monomorium niloticum Emery 1881, was estimated every hour as the number of ants counted per 15 s at four nest entrances.
Between 3 and 10 workers each of Camponotus modoc (minor worker), Aphaenogaster texana carolinensis, Crematogaster laeviscula, Pheidole dentata (minor worker), and Monomorium minimum were desiccated to a constant mass to estimate individual body mass of each species.
Camponotus crassus is considered a dominant arboreal ant and natural sugary secretion consumer (Del-Claro and Oliveira, 1999, 2000; Fagundes et al.
Energetics of locomotion and load carriage in the nectar feeding ant, Camponotus rufipes.
Many species of North American Camponotus are polymorphic and their major-workers and queens are the largest ants in western North America (Wheeler and Wheeler, 1986).
The two richest ant genera were Camponotus and Cephalotes, with 13 and 10 species, respectively.
Genome sequences have shown the surprising absence of nutritional functions in certain mutualist lineages, such as cysteine biosynthesis (cys) genes in Buchnera of the green bug aphid Schizaphis graminum (Tamar et at, 2002), and the loss of glutamine synthetase (g1nA) in Blochmannia of the ant Camponotus vafer (Williams and Wernegreen, 2010).
N) Orthoptera Gryllidae 13 11 10 Gryllacrididae 0 0 0 Hemiptera Coreidae 1 0 0 Reduviidae 0 0 0 Cicadellidae 0 0 0 Hymenoptera Formicidae Camponotus 4 12 2 sp.
Subfamilies are denoted by parenthesis Genus or Order Family subfamily Blattodea Blattidae Periplaneta Coleoptera Scarabaeidae Popillia Scarabaeidae Phylophaga Scarabaeidae Serica Scarabaeidae Euphoria Carabidae Calasoma Elateridae Conoderus Elateridae Melanotus Diptera Tabanidae Tabarnus Heteroptera/ Cicadidae Tibiceri Homoptera Hymenoptera Formicidae (Formicinae) Formicidae Camponotus Formicidae (Myrmicinae) Orthoptera Acrididae Melanoplus Acrididae Dissosteira Tettigonfdae Conocephalus Tettigoniidae Neoconocephalus No.