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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Bees, Ants & Wasps (Hymenoptera)

Fire Ants and Leaf-Cutting Ants Biology and Management

By: Clifford S Lofgren(Editor), Robert K Vander Meer(Editor)
Publisher: Routledge
Fire Ants and Leaf-Cutting Ants
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Originally published in 1986. This book discusses the history and economics, biology and ecology, behaviour, pheromones and other semiochemicals, physiology, and biochemistry of fire ants and leaf-cutting ants. It illustrates new approaches to control these ants by innovative research on anti-feedant chemicals from plants.

Contents

1. The Defining Traits of Fire Ants and Leaf–Cutting Ants
2. History of the Leaf–Cutting Ant Problem
3. Economics of Grass–Cutting Ants
4. History of Imported Fire Ants in the United States
5. Agricultural and Medical Impact of the Imported Fire Ants
6. Beneficial Aspects of the Imported Fire Ant: A Field Ecology Approach
7. The Ecological Nature of the Fire Ant: Some Aspects of Colony Function and Some Unanswered Questions
8. Observations on the Biology and Ecology of Fire Ants in Brazil
9. Temperature Tolerances of the Red Imported Fire Ant
10. Temporal Foraging Patterns of Solenopsis invicta and Native Ants of Central Texas
11. Population Dynamics of Leaf–Cutting Ants: A Brief Review
12. The Foraging Ecology of Atta texana in Texas
13. Territoriality in Leaf–Cutting Ants, Atta spp.
14. Ecological Studies of the Leaf–Cutting Ant, Acromyrmex octospinosus
15. Perspectives on Some Queen Pheromones of Social Insects with Special Reference to the Fire Ant
16. Chemical Communication in Leaf–Cutting Ants
17. The Trail Pheromone Complex of Solenopsis invicta and Solenopsis richteri
18. Nestmate Recognition and Territorial Marking in Solenopsis geminata and in some Attini
19. The Queen Recognition Pheromone of Solenopsis invicta
20. Leaf–Cutting Ant Symbiotic Fungi: A Synthesis of Recent Research
21. Prevention of Feeding by Acromyrmex octospinosus with Antifeedants from Yams
22. Chemical Ecology of Host Plant Selection by the Leaf–Cutting Ant, Atta cephalotes
23. Digestive Physiology of Leaf–Cutting Ants
24. The Physiology of the Imported Fire Ants: Basic Gaps in Our Understanding
25. Neurobiological Basis of Chemical Communication in the Fungus–Growing Ant
26. Chemical Taxonomy as a Tool for Separating Solenopsis spp.
27. Diseases of Fire Ants: Problems and Opportunities
28. Protection of Leaf–Cutting Ants from Biohazards: Is There a Future for Microbiological Control?
29. Chemical Control and Bait Formulations for Leaf–Cutting Ants
30. The Search for Chemical Bait Toxicants
31. Chemical Baits: Specificity and Effects on Other Ant Species
32. Insect Growth Regulators for Control of the Imported Fire Ant
33. Status of Leaf–Cutting Ant Control in Forest Plantations in Brazil
34. Control of Atta and Acromyrmex spp. in Pine Tree Plantations in the Venezuelan Llanos

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By: Clifford S Lofgren(Editor), Robert K Vander Meer(Editor)
Publisher: Routledge
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