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Volume 95, Issue 3-4, Pages 177-184
http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/1988/36787

Final Observations on Pheidole Megacephala and Iridomyrmex Humilis in Bermuda

Haskins Laboratories, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Received 10 March 1988

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