Invasive ants as a biosecurity threat.

Publication Date: 
1905
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Call Number: 
[EL]
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This factsheet was produced by the International Plant protection Convention - IPPC pilot programme on survelillance with the collaboration of the Animal and Plant Health Quarantine Agency of the Republic of Korea; SCIRO Australia; TNC USA, James Cook University, Australia; University of Guam, Guam.
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Content Item Id: 
45020
Invasive ants as a biosecurity threat.
Abstract: 

Invasive ants are a diverse group of aggressive, competitive, dominating ant species that can rapidly establish and spread. Several ant species are amongst the most serious global invasive species. Their broad diets, nesting habits, ability to breed rapidly, high densitites and adaptibility to varied habitats make them excellent invaders. Agricultural economic, environmental and social wellbeing are threatened by these ants, many of which have been introduced to, and established in, many countries

GEFPAS Project: 
No
Record Id: 
81885