genus Camponotus

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Synonyms for genus Camponotus

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Whereas the genus Camponotus showed the highest species richness (four species) and C.
Some species of the genus Camponotus are not true carpenter ants, say Hansen (biology, Spokane Falls Community College, Washington) and Klotz (entomology, U.
data), indicating the ant-bacterial association is evolutionarily stable and at least as old as the genus Camponotus (>20 MY; Wilson, 1985) if not even older.
We highlight the diversity of the genus Camponotus (S = 5) in the evaluated hospitals.
This characteristic has already been observed in the different ant groups, like those of the subgenera Myrmothrix and Myrmamblys in genus Camponotus (Formicinae) (Mariano et al.
Studying the prevalence of spiroplasmas in more genera of the Camponotini, particularly the hyperdiverse genus Camponotus, would reveal whether these bacteria are likely to interact within their hosts.
The genus Camponotus Mayr, 1861 is one of the richest in species within the family Formicidae, comprising about a thousand described species with worldwide distribution ranging from the northern temperate to the tropical south (Fernandez 2003) and they are easily found in the Brazilian territory (Loureiro & Queiroz 1990).
Wheeler [32] reported a finding of Microdon larvae in the chambers of termite nests, but those were abandoned by the termites and occupied by ants of the genus Camponotus Mayr.