- Sugar gliders are highly vocal, often making what is known as a "crabbing" noise, P. b. biacensis (Biak Island); and P.
- MAMMALIAN SPECIES N0. 30. 1-5. 4 ﬁg.
- Jun 13, 1973 Thomas (1888) as a variety (papuanus) of P. breviceps of. Australia.
- New locality records for Phelsuma breviceps and Cryptoblepharus
- Jul 20, 2010 We recorded an adult and a juvenile P. breviceps on. May 11th, 2010 (Fig.
- Host queen killing by a slave-maker ant queen: when is a host
- P. breviceps queens detect mature queens using another time-dependent feature indicate P.
- A comparative study of colony takeover between queens of
- (1988) verified that queens of P. rufescens,. P.
- MATING BEHAVIOR OF THE SOCIALLY-PARASITIC THE ROLE OF
- behavior of the western slave-making ant P. breviceps. Queens of.
- Ants go marching
- In sharp contrast, P. breviceps with their enlarged glands and sharp sickle-shaped mandibles have slaves that comprise 90 percent of the work force. How are their raids so successful?
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- Red: P. b. breviceps.
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- Pseudogekko · Pseudogonatodes · Ptenopus · Ptychozoon · Ptyodactylus. P. breviceps.
- Sugar Glider - Petaurus breviceps
- Genus & Species: Petaurus breviceps . (northern New Guinea); P. b.
- P. breviceps establish new colonies by taking over colonies of their host species. After entering a nest, a newly mated P.
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