Lipid Storage by Honey Ant Repletes Public Deposited

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  • A previously undescribed system of differential food storage in replete forms of the honey ant, Myrmecocystus mexicanus Wesmael, is reported. Certain repletes store lipid as glycerol and cholesterol esters associated with sugar solutions containing glucose, fructose, and maltose.
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  • Burgett, D. M., & Young, R. G. (1974). Lipid Storage by Honey Ant Repletes. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 67(5), 743-744.
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