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The head anatomy of Protanilla lini (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Leptanillinae), with a hypothesis of their mandibular movement

Richter, Adrian; Garcia, Francisco Hita; Keller, Roberto A.; Billen, Johan; Katzke, Julian; Boudinot, Brendon E.; Economo, Evan P.; Beutel, Rolf G.

Richter, Adrian, Garcia, Francisco Hita, Keller, Roberto A., Billen, Johan, Katzke, Julian, Boudinot, Brendon E., Economo, Evan P., Beutel, Rolf G. (2021): The head anatomy of Protanilla lini (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Leptanillinae), with a hypothesis of their mandibular movement. Myrmecological News 31: 85-114, DOI: 10.25849/myrmecol.news_031:085
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