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Argentine Ants Rule, But They’re Not Invincible - Bay Nature ...
By Lydia Amenyaglo - June 26, 2022
In terrestrial habitats across the planet, a largely unseen battle plays out underfoot. Its protagonists: over 14,000 ant species fighting for food, shelter, and territory. In numbers, it is probably the most successful invasive nonhuman creature in California. But a 30-year dataset from Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve suggests they're not invincible.
By EarthToday - June 27, 2022
In terrestrial habitats across the planet, a largely unseen battle plays out underfoot. Its protagonists: over 14,000 ant species fighting for food, shelter, and territory. In numbers, it is probably the most successful invasive nonhuman creature in California. But a 30-year dataset from Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve suggests they're not invincible.

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