alexa Distribution of Ant Nests in the Santiago Forest

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Distribution of Ant Nests in the Santiago Forest

In the Santiago Forest, Metropolitan Region of Chile (33º 22’ S and 70º 36’ W), with xerophytic vegetation, mainly shrubs of Quillaja saponaria Molina, Acacia caven (Molina), Lithraea caustica (Molina) Hook. & Arn., and Olea europaea L. at 678 m altitude, only the ants Linepithema humile Mayr and Solenopsis gayi (Spinola) were determined, the first species the most abundant and its nests associated with Q. saponaria, the predominating plant in the area.

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