By: LD Hansen and JH Klotz
224 pages, 19 tabs, 24 maps, 52 line illus, 24 col illus, 94 b/w illus
In the first book devoted entirely to carpenter ants, the authors covers the ants' life history and foraging behaviour, then turn to their economic importance. A comprehensive overview of carpenter ant ecology, morphology, taxonomy, and distribution as well as a detailed chapter on control and management that will appeal especially to urban pest control programes and pest management officials is also provided.
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