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Invasive tawny crazy ants have an intense craving for calcium – with implications for their spread in the US

By Ryan Reihart, Teaching Assistant and Ph.D. Candidate of Ecology, University of Dayton
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The spread of tawny crazy ants may be driven, in part, by their need for calcium. The calcium-rich limestone bedrock of the lower U.S. Midwest may provide ideal conditions for populations to explode.

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