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Tetramorium simillimum (Smith, 1851) taxonomy from ITIS
ITIS, the Integrated Taxonomic Information System, lists taxonomic data for Tetramorium simillimum and allows searches of other databases.
Behavioral responses of the Formosan subterranean termite to semiochemicals of seven ant species (abstract)
Formosan termites responded differently to semiochemicals of different ant species ( Environmental Entomology, 1994) .
Interactions of three ant species with the Formosan subterranean termite (abstract)
Tetramorium simillimum caused significant mortality of termite soldiers in laboratory tests (Sociobiology, 1995).
Tetramorium simillimum images from JAnt
Images of Tetramorium simillimum, its description and distribution in Japan are on this Japanese Ant Database page.
Tetramorium simillimum images from AntWeb
This AntWeb site allows comparisons of close-up images of individuals within the species Tetramorium simillimum.
Tetramorium simillimum images from Discover Life
Links, high quality images, and references for Tetramorium simillimum are presented by Discover Life.
Ants in Hawaii images
Images of many ant species found in Hawaii are on this page of photos taken by Neil Reimer, Hawaii State Department of Agriculture.
Ants of Bermuda
The specimen records of 20 ant species of Bermuda are reviewed (Florida Entomologist, 2004).
Tetramorium simillimum global distribution
This interactive global map from Discover Life shows collection information for Tetramorium simillimum from Florida Atlantic University.
New arthropod records from Kahoolawe (Bishop Museum Occasional Papers, 2004)
New island records of a variety of arthropods collected on Kahoolawe are reported here.
Checklist of the ants of Fiji (Bishop Museum Occasional Papers, 2006).
This checklist of the ants of Fiji includes 138 currently valid species and subspecies: 91 Fijian endemics, 22 wide-ranging Pacific natives, and 25 exotics.
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