Exotic Ants: Biology, Impact, and Control of Introduced Species

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8 Relations Between the Little Fire Ant, Wasmannia Auropunctata, and Its Associated Mealybug, Planococcus Citri, in Brazilian Cocoa Farms, J. H. C. Delabie, A. M. V. da EncarnaÇo and I. M. Cazorla91
9 Biology and Importance of Two Eucharitid Parasites of Wasmannia and Solenopsis, John M. Heraty104
10 Impact of Paratrechina Fulva on Other Ant Species, Ingeborg Zenner-Polania121
11 The Ecology and Distribution of Myrmicaria Opaciventris, J. P. Suzzoni, M. Kenne and A. Dejean133
12 Exotic Ants and Community Simplification in Brazil: A Review of the Impact of Exotic Ants on Native Ant Assemblages, Harold G. Fowler, Marcelo N. Schlindwein and Maria Alice de Medeiros151
Spread of Argentine Ants (Linepithema Humile), with Special Reference to Western Australia, J. D. Majer163
Ant Pests of Western Australia, with Particular Reference to the Argentine Ant (Linepithema Humile), J. J. van Schagen, P. R. Davis and M. A. Widmer174
Ant Fauna of the French and Venezuelan Islands in the Caribbean, Klaus Jaffie and John Lattke181
16 Exotic Ants and Native Ant Fauna of Brazilian Hospitals, Odair C. Bueno and Harold G. Fowler191
17 Big-Headed Ants, Pheidole Megacephala: Interference with the Biological Control of Gray Pineapple Mealybugs, Gary C. Jahn and John W. Beardsley199
18 The Impact and Control of the Crazy Ant, Anoplolepis Longipes (Jerd.), in the Seychelles, I. H. Haines, J. B. Haines and J. M. Cherrett206

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