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Response of ants to environment pollution



Response of ants to environment pollution



Progress in Soil Zoology Proceedings, 5th International Colloquium on Soil Zoology, Prague, Czechoslovakia, September 1972: 363-372



In dune sand under dead pine forest exposed to dust emitted from a nitrogen plant, the heavier the pollution the lower the number of ant species and the size of the population. Lasius niger was affected less than Myrmica spp.

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