Data from: Recognition of endophytic Trichoderma species by leaf-cutting ants and their potential in a Trojan-horse management strategy

Rocha S, Evans HC, Jorge VL, Cardoso LAO, Pereira FST, Rocha FB, Barreto RW, Hart AG, Elliot SL

Date Published: April 28, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.0164h

 

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Title Presence of Trichoderma in leaf pieces carried or rejected by workers of leaf-cutting ants
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Description Recognition of endophytic Trichoderma mycoparasites by leaf-cutting ants and their potential in a Trojan-horse management strategy - Rejected leaves were considered to be those scattered by the ants above or at the side of the nest entrances. Carried leaves were taken from ants as they were being transported to the nest.
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Rocha SL, Evans HC, Jorge VL, Cardoso LAO, Pereira FST, Rocha FB, Barreto RW, Hart AG, Elliot SL (2017) Recognition of endophytic Trichoderma species by leaf-cutting ants and their potential in a Trojan-horse management strategy. Royal Society Open Science 4(4): 160628. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.160628

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Rocha S, Evans HC, Jorge VL, Cardoso LAO, Pereira FST, Rocha FB, Barreto RW, Hart AG, Elliot SL (2017) Data from: Recognition of endophytic Trichoderma species by leaf-cutting ants and their potential in a Trojan-horse management strategy. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.0164h
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