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Acanthomyops interjectus

Definition of the noun Acanthomyops interjectus

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Acanthomyops interjectus is a species of Acanthomyops, described by Mayr in 1866.

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Google previewA Dictionary of Entomology (2011)

LARGERYELLOW-ANT Acanthomyops interjectus (Mayr) [Hymenoptera: Formicidae]: Workers 2.5–4.0 mm long; yellow; emanates a lemon odour when body crushed. LYA typically nests within large mounds in open areas, but also taken in wall voids and subfloors; nocturnal nuptial flights. Can be found in large numbers around houses, but does not take human food; can tend aphids and mealybugs on plant roots. See Formicidae. Cf. Smaller Yellow Ant. Rel. Argentine Ant; Black ...

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