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Environmental factors correlated with foraging behavior of a desert subterranean termite, Gnathamitermes perplexus (Banks) (Isoptera:Termitidae).Author(s): J.P. La Fage; M.I. Haverty; W.L. Nutting
Source: Sociobiology 2: 155-169.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationLa Fage, J.P., M.I. Haverty, and W.L. Nutting. 1976. Environmental factors correlated with foraging behavior of a desert subterranean termite, Gnathamitermes perplexus (Banks) (Isoptera:Termitidae). Sociobiology 2: 155-169.
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