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Video: Rise of the Crazy Ants

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Video clips and interview with Edward LeBrun, researcher at the University of Texas, Austin, discussing the rise of the “tawny crazy ant,” Nylanderia fulva, also referred to as the Rasberry ant.

| June 6, 2013

Video clips and interview with Edward LeBrun, researcher at the University of Texas, Austin, discussing the rise of the “tawny crazy ant,” Nylanderia fulva, also referred to as the Rasberry ant (see related story).

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