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Foraging behavior of two species of subterranean termites in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona.Author(s): W.L. Nutting; M.I. Haverty; J.P. La Fage
Source: Int. Union for the Study of Social Insects, Proc. VII Int. Congr., London, 10-15 Sept. 1973, p. 298-301.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationNutting, W.L., M.I. Haverty, and J.P. La Fage. 1973. Foraging behavior of two species of subterranean termites in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona. Int. Union for the Study of Social Insects, Proc. VII Int. Congr., London, 10-15 Sept. 1973, p. 298-301.
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