: R.T. Carde
Springer Science & Business Media
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Kaib et al. (1993) have conducted similar studies with the slave-maker
Harpagoxenus sublaevis and two of its hosts, Leptothorax acervorum and L.
muscorum, and found essentially the same results as Yamoaka (1990). They
found that L. acervorum had 11% n-alkanes, 39% branched hydrocarbons, and
59% alkenes; L. muscorum, in contrast, had 28% n-alkanes, 72% branched
alkanes, and only traces of alkenes. They further found that colonies of either
Leptothorax sp. without the ...