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The Journal of experimental biology, ISSN 0022-0949, 06/2014, Volume 217, Issue 12, pp. 2163 - 2170
Upon falling onto the water surface, most terrestrial arthropods helplessly struggle and are quickly eaten by aquatic predators. Exceptions to this outcome... 
Forest | Formicidae | Skototaxis | Behavior | Aquatic | Neustonic | HYMENOPTERA | SPIDERS | HYDRODYNAMICS | MECHANISMS | DIRECTED AERIAL DESCENT | RAIN | EVOLUTION | BIOLOGY | CUES | Biological Evolution | Biomechanical Phenomena | Animals | Videotape Recording | Gait | Species Specificity | Ants - physiology | Ecosystem | Panama | Swimming | Ants - anatomy & histology | Peru | Locomotion | Genetic aspects | Research | Analysis | Arthropoda
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Myrmecological News, ISSN 1994-4136, 09/2016, Volume 23, pp. 33 - 39
Although most terrestrial invertebrates become trapped upon falling into water, workers of many ant species are able to swim to safety. Here we test the... 
Skototaxis | Swimming | Behavior | Orientation | Aquatic | swimming | DIRECTED AERIAL DESCENT | orientation | skototaxis | LOCOMOTION | NAVIGATION | behavior | PONERINAE | ENTOMOLOGY | CANOPY ANTS | STRATEGIES
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