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Control of leaf cutting ants in cocoa plantations

, : Control of leaf cutting ants in cocoa plantations. Revista Theobroma 16(4): 199-211

Information is presented on the geographical distribution and economic importance of and damage caused by leaf-cutting formicids belonging to the genera Atta and Acromyrmex occurring in the cocoa-producing countries of South and Central America, with emphasis on Brazil.

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