The Ants of Northern Australia: A Guide to the Monsoonal Fauna

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Csiro Publishing, Dec 1, 2000 - Science - 112 pages
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Ants are one of the most important faunal groups in Australia and are widely used as bioindicators in land monitoring and assessment programs. The Ants of Northern Australia will help in the identification of the 1500 or more ant species occurring in monsoonal Australia, an area which encompasses most of the northern third of the continent. Until now, no book has described the northern Australian ant fauna below genus level. Such a treatment is required to support and promote the numerous ecological studies involving ants, especially in the context of their use as bioindicators. The Ants of Northern Australia features original analyses of genera at the species-group level, and so has relevance throughout Australia. It treats all major species that have been described, as well as numerous others that remain undescribed.
 

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Guide to subfamilies
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Subfamily Cerapachyinae
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Subfamily Formicinae
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