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- S. Cover and B. Johnson, “Antweb. Ants of Arizona”, Ants of Arizona, 2012. [Online]. Available: http://www.antweb.org/arizona.jsp.
- S. L. Costello, P. D. Pratt, M. B. Rayamajhi, and T. D. Center, “Arthropods associated with above-ground portions of the invasive tree, Melaleuca quinquenervia, in South Florida, USA”, Florida Entomologist, vol. 86, pp. 300-322, 2003.
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- S. T. Dash, “Species diversity and biogeography of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Louisianna, with notes on their ecology”, M.S. thesis, Louisiana State University. v + 290 p., 2004.
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