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Geschätzt, Verflucht, Allgegenwärtig Ameisen in Biologie und Volkskultur [Esteemed, Cursed, Ubiquitous – Ants in Biology and Folklore]

Series: Denisia Volume: 25
188 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations
Publisher: Biologiezentrum
Geschätzt, Verflucht, Allgegenwärtig Ameisen in Biologie und Volkskultur [Esteemed, Cursed, Ubiquitous – Ants in Biology and Folklore]
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Language: German with English abstracts

Contain eleven chapters dealing, mostly, with ant biology in Austria and surroundings.

Contents

- Christian O. Dietrich, Erich Steiner, (2009): Das Leben unserer Ameisen - ein Überblick - 7-36
- Johann Ambach, (2009): Zur Geschichte und Entwicklung der Myrmekologie in Österreich - 37-52
- Hans Christian Luschützky, (2009): Myrmekonymia Europaea Ein wortgeschichtlicher Streifzug auf den Spuren der Ameisen - 53-66
- Jens Dauber, (2009): Ameisen (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) in Kulturlandschaften - 67-78
- Florian Glaser, (2009): Ameisen (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) im Brennpunkt des Naturschutzes Eine Analyse für die Ostalpen und Österreich - 79-92
- Johann Ambach, (2009): Hügelbauende Waldameisen (Formica rufa-Gruppe) Ein aktueller Überblick - 93-106
- Veronika Mayer, (2009): Tragedienste gegen Nahrung: Ameisen als Frucht- und Samenverbreiter - 107-118
- Wolfgang Rabitsch, (2009): Gebietsfremde Ameisen: Eine Übersicht (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) - 119-140
- Thomas Schmickl, (2009): Schwarmintelligenz am Beispiel der Ameisenstraßen - 141-155
- Elisabeth Schuster, (2009): Ame(i)s als Bestandteil von Orts- und Flurnamen in Nieder- und Oberösterreich - 157-163
- Franz Groiß, (2009): Ameise und Volkskultur - 165-188

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Series: Denisia Volume: 25
188 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations
Publisher: Biologiezentrum
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