Solenopsis


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Two imported species of the fire ant (Figure 2) have been introduced into the United States: the black imported fire ant, Solenopsis richteri (native to Argentina and Uruguay), and the red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta (native to Paraguay and Brazil).
solenopsis were required per female beetle to lay one egg at 24 +- 0.5 AdegC, 27 +- 0.5 AdegC and 32+-4AdegC, respectively.
(1999b) had reported that some Solenopsis colonies are better hosts than others.
Solenopsis invicta may also alter patterns of seed survival by affecting the behavior or abundance of arthropod and rodent granivores.
1 -- -- 1 Pheidole nesiota Wilson, 2003 22 57 43 Pheidole obscurithorax Naves, 1985 2201 796 3702 Pheidole pullula Santschi, 1911 86 67 46 Pheidole radoszkowskii Mayr, 1884 80 523 227 Solenopsidini Solenopsis invicta Buren, 1972 1848 235 2989 Solenopsis sp.
Sainz-Borgo C (2015) Bird Feces Consumption by Fire Ant Solenopsis geminata (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
The red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta Buren (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), is a stinging, invasive ant from South America that has plagued the southern US since the 1930s.
Pseudococcidae, Phenacoccus solenopsis, Biology, Mealybug, Mating capacity, Reproductive mode.
Varosha's prickly pears have been infected by an invasive pest species known as phenacoccus solenopsis (cotton mealybug), Dagli said, which forms white lumps on the fruit, quickly killing off the plant.
The remaining 40% belonged to genera with difficult taxonomic identification such as Pheidole, Solenopsis, Hypoponera and Camponotus (Lyal & Weitzman, 2004).
These are introduced as invasive species known as Anoplolepis gracillipes, Solenopsis geminata, and Camponotus species.
The red imported fire ant (RIFA Solenopsis inwcta) is an aggressive invasive species worldwide (Gotelli and Amett, 2000).
Tunneling performance increases at lower temperatures for Solenopsis invicta (Bu ren) but not for Nylanderia fulva (Mayr).
Invasive ants, such as Solenopsis invicta, can reduce the abundance of native ants and disrupt arthropod communities.