The devil to pay: a cost of mutualism with Myrmelachista schumanni ants in'devil'sgardens' is increased herbivory on Duroiahirsuta trees MeganE. Frederickson * andDeborahM.
is the Myrmelachista—Duroia symbiosis. Known also as the “lemon” ant because of its citric taste when eaten, Myrmelachista schumanni alter rainforest landscapes dra
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However, studies of a different ant-plant mutualism — between an unidentified species of Myrmelachista and the ant-plants To coca guianensis and Clidemia heterophylla — indicated that Myrmelachista may create stands comprising only its host plants by using herbicide 6,7.
These are the native species Formica subsericea and Solenopsis xyloni, and the exotic species Myrmelachista ramulorum and Tetramor-ium lanuginosum. The 49 species that have been added to the list were overlooked before for various reasons.
ISSN 0373-5680 Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argent. 65 (3-4): 89-92, 2006 89 NOTA CIENTÍFICA Redescripción de la obrera de Myrmelachista gallicola (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) y primera cita para la provincia de La Pampa (Argentina)
cocystus mexicanus, Myrmelachista gallicola, Myrmoteras sp. (Sulawesi), Oecophylla longinoda, Oecophylla smarag- dina, Polyrhachis medusa, Polyrhachis militaris, Polyrhachis
No Pseudacteon flies were observed flying over any of the other ants tested (number of trials is shown in parentheses): Atta sexdens (18), Monomorium pharaonis (16), Camponotus rufipes (14), Paratrechina sp. (7), Odontomachus minu-tus (6), Myrmelachista autori (6), Ectatomma quadridens (5), Pachycondyla striata (5), ...
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Grant Ramsey CV - Page 4 of 4 Biology Researcher : Designed and implemented study of the Myrmelachista - Ocotea cloud forest ant-plant mutualism. Monteverde, Costa Rica, December 1995-March 1996.