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Ants: Standard Methods for Measuring and Monitoring Biodiversity

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Numbering more than nine thousand described species, ants rank among the most abundant and widespread groups. The collective weight of ants in tropical forests and grasslands may constitute as much as 10 to 15 percent of the animal biomass. Ground-dwelling ants are major invertebrate predators in some areas, and they also have profound effects on flora because of their prodigious ability to consume plants, disperse seeds, and enrich the soil. Interacting with other organisms at every level, ants are ubiquitous, diverse, ...

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Ants: Standard Methods for Measuring and Monitoring Biodiversity
2000, Smithsonian Books (DC), Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781560988854

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2000, Smithsonian Books (DC), Washington, DC

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