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" I have noticed m one of my formicaria a subterranean cemetery, where I have seen some ants burying their dead by placing earth above them. One ant was evidently much affected, and tried to exhume the bodies; but the united exertions of the yellow sextons... "
Lectures on Human and Animal Psychology - Page 343
by Wilhelm Max Wundt - 1896 - 459 pages
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Ants and Their Ways: With Illustrations, and an Appendix Giving a Complete ...

William Farren White - Ants - 1883 - 279 pages
...of the little people and their young, the larvae which had perished in the disruption of their home. I have noticed in one of my formicaria a subterranean...some ants burying their dead by placing earth above themOne ant was evidently much affected, and tried to exhume the bodies, but the united exertions of...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 11

Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - Psychology - 1900
...laying the responsibility for them upon him. From the Rev. W. Farren White he gives the following: "I have noticed in one of my formicaria a subterranean...by placing earth above them. One ant was evidently mucn affected, and tried to exhume the bodies, but the united exertions of the yellow sextons were...
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Thinking, Feeling, Doing

Edward Wheeler Scripture - Psychophysiology - 1895 - 304 pages
...• ', r ęT 1 • 1 • cr habits " of ants, habits of ants: 1 have noticed m one of my iormicaria a subterranean cemetery, where I have seen some ants...of the yellow sextons were more than sufficient to neutralize the effort of the disconsolate mourner. ' ' Wundt asks, How much is fact, and how much imagination?...
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Thinking, feeling, doing

Edward Wheeler Scripture - Psychology - 1897 - 304 pages
...' funereal "Funereal ,,.,,,- , ,T i • i • r habits " of ants, habits ofants: 'I have noticed m one of my formicaria a subterranean cemetery, where...of the yellow sextons were more than sufficient to neutralize the effort of the disconsolate mourner. ' ' Wundt asks, How much is fact, and how much imagination...
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New Psychology

John Pancoast Gordy - Psychology - 1899 - 402 pages
...intelligence. Take the story about ants which Romanes reports on the authority of an English clergyman : " I have noticed in one of my formicaria a subterranean...exertions of the yellow sextons were more than sufficient for the disconsolate mourner." The Action Explained. — In considering such an incident the first...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 11

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener - Psychology - 1900
...laying the responsibility for them upon him. From the Rev. W. Farren White he gives the following: "I have noticed in one of my formicaria a subterranean...of the yellow sextons were more than sufficient to neutralize the effort of the disconsolate mourner."1 [Italics mine.] He quotes from Dr. Kemp an account...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 11

Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - Psychology - 1900
...laying the responsibility for them upon him. From the Rev. W. Farren White he gives the following: "I have noticed in one of my formicaria a subterranean...earth above them. One ant was evidently much affected, aud tried to exhume the bodies, but the united exertions of the yellow sextons were more than sufficient...
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The Science of Business: Being the Philosophy of Successful Human ..., Book 2

Arthur Frederick Sheldon - 1917
...imagination. An English clergyman writes thus of ants : "I have noticed a subterranean ant-cemetery, where I have seen some ants burying their dead by placing earth above them. One ant was evidently very much affected, and tried to exhume the bodies ; but the united exertions of the yellow sextons...
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