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Yellow crazy ant

Scientific Name
Anoplolepis gracilipes
Scientific Author
(Smith)
Taxonomy
(Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Formicinae)
Status
Exotic Species Establishment in Australia
Reliability
High
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References

Green, P. T., O'Dowd, D. J. and Lake, P. S. 1999. Alien ant invasion and ecosystem collapse on Christmas Island, Indian Ocean. Aliens 9: 2-4.

Greenslade, P. J. M. 1971. Phenology of three ant species in the Solomon Islands. J. Aust. Entomol. Soc. 10: 241-252.

 

Greenslade, P. J. M. 1972. Comparative ecology of four tropical ant species. Insect. Soc. 19: 195-212.

 

Greenslade, P. J. M. and Greenslade, P. 1977. Some effects of vegetation cover and disturbance on a tropical ant fauna. Insectes Soc. 24: 163-182.

 

Haines, I. H. and Haines, J. B. 1978. Colony structure, seasonality and food requirements of the crazy ant, Anoplolepis longipes (Jerd.), in the Seychelles. Ecol. Entomol. 3: 109-118.

O'Dowd, D. J. 1999. Crazy ant attack. Wingspan 9(2): 7.

O'Dowd, D. J., Green, P. T. and Lake, P. S. 1999. Status, impact, and recommendations for research and management of exotic invasive ants in Christmas Island National Park. Darwin, Northern Territory, Environment Australia: 50 pp, 8 figures, 2 plates.

 

Acknowledgements

Bill Crowe & Catherine Harvey, AQIS Brisbane

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