Florida Entomologist (2008) 91, 131-132

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Patricia J. Folgarait, Richard J.W. Patrock, Gloria Albioni-Montenegro, Luciana Saldua and Lawrence E. Gilbert (2008)
Solenopsis invicta: Evidence for recent internal immigration across provinces in Argentina
Florida Entomologist 91 (1), 131-132
Abstract: Solenopsis invicta was found in the city and the province of Buenos Aires Argentina for the first time. This discovery is also the first clear record of internal immigration within the native home range of this noted tramp species.
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Solenopsis invicta Argentina