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Inquiline roach responds to trail-marking substance of leaf-cutting antsAuthor(s): John C. Moser
Source: Science 143: 1048-1049
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionNymphs and females of the roach inquiline, Attaphila fungicola W. M. Wheeler, respond to odor-trail substances of Atta texana (Buckley) and Trachymyrmex septentrionalis (McCook).The ants are more sensitive than roaches to the pheromone.
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CitationMoser, John C. 1964. Inquiline roach responds to trail-marking substance of leaf-cutting ants. Science 143: 1048-1049
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