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D. Agosti1997Two new enigmatic Melophorus species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Australia
D. Agosti1994The phylogeny of the ant tribe Formicini with the description of a new genus
D. Agosti1994A new inquiline ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Cataglyphis and its phylogenetic relationships
D. Agosti1994A revision of the South American species of the ant genus Probolomyrmex (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
D. Agosti1992Revision of the ant genus Myrmoteras of the Malay archipelago (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
D. Agosti1991Revision of the Oriental ant genus Cladomyrma, with an outline of the higher classification of the Formicinae (Formicidae)
D. Agosti1990What makes the Formicini the Formicini?
D. Agosti1990Review and reclassification of Cataglyphis (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
D. Agosti, Alonso L. E.SubmittedThe all protocolA Standard Protocol for the Collection of Ground-Dwelling Ants
D. Agosti, Alonso L. E.2003El Protocolo ALL: un estándar para la colección de hormigas del suelo
D. Agosti, Bolton B.1990The identity of Andragnathus, a forgotten formicine ant genus
D. Agosti, Bolton B.1990New characters to separate Formica L. and Lasius Fabricius
D. Agosti, Johnson N. F.SubmittedCapítulo 2La nueva taxonomía de hormigas
D. Agosti, Moog, J., Maschwitz, U.1999Revision of the Oriental plant-ant genus Cladomyrma
C. R. F. Brandão, Diniz, J. L. M., Agosti, D., Delabie, J. H.1999Revision of the Neotropical ant subfamily Leptanilloidinae
D. A. Grimaldi, Agosti D.2000The oldest ants are Cretaceous, not Eocene: comment
C. Johnson, Agosti, D., Delabie, J. H., Dumpert, K., Williams, D. J., Von Tschirnhaus, M., Maschwitz, U.2001Acropyga and Azteca Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) with Scale Insects (Sternorrhyncha: Coccoidea): 20 Million Years of Intimate Symbiosis
C. Lauk, Brandão, C. R. F., Agosti, D.SubmittedAnexo 2 Listado de museos con colecciones de hormigas
C. Lauk, Brandão, C. R. F., Agosti, D.2003Listado de museos con colecciones de hormigas
D. J. WILLIAMS2001Acropyga and Azteca ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) with scale insects (Sternorrhyncha: Coccoidea): 20 million years of intimate symbiosis
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