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Young Larvae of Eciton (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dorylinae)

International Journal of BY GEORGE C. WHEELER AND JEANETTE WHEELER 3358 NE 58th Avenue, Silver Springs, Florida 32688 I. INSTARS I. INSTARS In our previous studies of ant larvae we have been

Young Larvae of Veromessor Pergandei (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Myrmicinae)

International Journal of BY GEORGE C. WHEELER AND JEANETTE WHEELER Research Associates, Florida Department of Agriculture* YOUNG LARVAE OF VEROMESSOR PERGANDEI (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE: MYRMICINAE

The Ant Larvae of the Subfamily Leptanillinae (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)

further isolation might be necessary" "I believe that the tribe Leptanillini, which E,mery includes among the. Dorylinae, will have to be s.eparated out as a distinct subfamily (Leptanillinae). Dr. George C ... . Wheeler (inds that the larva of Leptanilla is. very aberrant, and the characters of the adult are either quite unlike, those of other Dorylinae or only super(icially similar and due to. convergence, or

The Larva of Leptanilla (Hym.: Formicidæ)

International Journal of The Larva of Leptanilla By GEORGE C. WHEELER 0 1 0 University of North Dakota , USA 1 1Contribution from the ZoSlogical Laboratory of the College of Liberal Arts at Syracuse ... . George C. Wheeler finds that the larva of Leptanilla is very aberrant, and the characters of the adult are either quite unlike those of other Dorylinm or only superficially similar and due to convergence

The Larva of Allomerus (Hym.: Formicidæ)

International Journal of THE LARVA OF ALLOMERUS (HYM.: FORMICIDZE) BY GEORGE C. WHEELER 0 the paucity of its species 0 the small size of the work- ers 0 the arboreal nesting habits. Nevertheless 0

Are Ant Larvæ Apodous?

International Journal of ARE ANT LARVAE APODOUS? 0 BY GEORGE C. WHEELER 0 0 University of North Dakota , USA Imms states that "in all the higher Hymenoptera the prevalent larval type is apodous

Young Larvae of Veromessor Pergandei (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Myrmicinae)

International Journal of BY GEORGE C. WHEELER AND JEANETTE WHEELER Research Associates, Florida Department of Agriculture* YOUNG LARVAE OF VEROMESSOR PERGANDEI (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE: MYRMICINAE

The Larva of Acanthognathus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)

International Journal of BY GEORGE C. WHEELER AND JEANETTE WHEELER 0 Research Scientist, Whittell Forest, University of Nevada. Research Associate, Desert Research Institute. Address of both authors

The Ant Larvae of the Myrmicine Tribe Myrmicini

International Journal of THE ANT LARVAE OF THE MYRMICINE TRIBE MYRMICINI BY GEORGE C. WHEELER AND JEANETTE WHEELER Department of Biology, University of North Dakota BY GEORGE C. WHEELER 0 JEANETTE

The Larva of Allomerus (Hym.: Formicidæ)

International Journal of THE LARVA OF ALLOMERUS (HYM.: FORMICIDZE) BY GEORGE C. WHEELER 0 the paucity of its species 0 the small size of the work- ers 0 the arboreal nesting habits. Nevertheless 0

Are Ant Larvæ Apodous?

International Journal of ARE ANT LARVAE APODOUS? 0 BY GEORGE C. WHEELER 0 0 University of North Dakota , USA Imms states that "in all the higher Hymenoptera the prevalent larval type is apodous

The Larva of Leptanilla (Hym.: Formicidæ)

International Journal of The Larva of Leptanilla By GEORGE C. WHEELER 0 1 0 University of North Dakota , USA 1 1Contribution from the ZoSlogical Laboratory of the College of Liberal Arts at Syracuse ... . George C. Wheeler finds that the larva of Leptanilla is very aberrant, and the characters of the adult are either quite unlike those of other Dorylinm or only superficially similar and due to convergence

The Ant Larvae of the Myrmicine Tribe Myrmicini

International Journal of THE ANT LARVAE OF THE MYRMICINE TRIBE MYRMICINI BY GEORGE C. WHEELER AND JEANETTE WHEELER Department of Biology, University of North Dakota BY GEORGE C. WHEELER 0 JEANETTE

The Larva of Acanthognathus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)

International Journal of BY GEORGE C. WHEELER AND JEANETTE WHEELER 0 Research Scientist, Whittell Forest, University of Nevada. Research Associate, Desert Research Institute. Address of both authors

The Ant Larvae of the Subfamily Leptanillinae (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)

further isolation might be necessary" "I believe that the tribe Leptanillini, which E,mery includes among the. Dorylinae, will have to be s.eparated out as a distinct subfamily (Leptanillinae). Dr. George C ... . Wheeler (inds that the larva of Leptanilla is. very aberrant, and the characters of the adult are either quite unlike, those of other Dorylinae or only super(icially similar and due to. convergence, or

Instars of Three Ant Species

received by the editor February 20, 1991. The Editorial Board of Psyche notes with deep regret the death of George C. Wheeler on 19 February 1991, the day before we received this article written jointly

The Larva of Leptanilla Japonica, With Notes on the Genus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Leptanillinae)

International Journal of THE LARVA OF LEPTANILLA JAPONICA, WITH NOTES ON THE GENUS (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE: LEPTANILLINAE) BY GEORGE C. WHEELER AND JEANETTE WHEELER* Research Associates Florida

Young Larvae of Veromessor Pergandei (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Myrmicinae)

International Journal of BY GEORGE C. WHEELER AND JEANETTE WHEELER Research Associates, Florida Department of Agriculture* YOUNG LARVAE OF VEROMESSOR PERGANDEI (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE: MYRMICINAE