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“…C. mirabilis is thus similar to many other tropical arboreal ants, which feed mostly on honeydew or extrafloral nectar but take prey opportunistically (Davidson et al, 2003). All the bamboospecialist Camponotus tend coccids that have recently been described as the new species Cryptostigma guadua (Kondo and Gullan, 2004), and we observed numerous coccids in the ant-occupied culms of the bamboo we collected.…”
Section: Bait Preferences Of Leaf Litter and Canopy Ant Assemblagessupporting
confidence: 65%
“…C. mirabilis is thus similar to many other tropical arboreal ants, which feed mostly on honeydew or extrafloral nectar but take prey opportunistically (Davidson et al, 2003). All the bamboospecialist Camponotus tend coccids that have recently been described as the new species Cryptostigma guadua (Kondo and Gullan, 2004), and we observed numerous coccids in the ant-occupied culms of the bamboo we collected.…”
Section: Bait Preferences Of Leaf Litter and Canopy Ant Assemblagessupporting
confidence: 65%
“…Mutualistic interactions between Neotropical Camponotus ants and soft scale insects of the genus Cryptostigma Ferris have only been reported previously for C. longipilis Emery, C. mirabilis Emery and C. ( Pseudocolobopsis ) sp. inhabiting bamboo plants in Peru [40] and for C. novogranadensis Mayr within a termitary of Amitermes excellens (Silvestri) in British Guiana [41]. Only three predatory salticid spiders have been identified from the nests of O. smaragdina (Fabricius) and O. longinoda (Latreille) or their proximity: Cosmophasis bitaeniata (Keyserling) [42] and Myrmarachne plataleoides (Pickard-Cambridge) [43] in Australia and Asia, and M. foenisex Simon in Africa [44].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…longipilis, which was overrepresented in both bamboo areas and live bamboo culms and appears to be nutritionally dependent on coccids (Cryptostigma guadua, Kondo and Gullan, 2004;authors' unpubl. data).…”
Section: Bamboo Specializationmentioning
confidence: 99%