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The natural enemies of Boophilus microplus during its free-living stages in the soil were studied in São Paulo State, Brazil. Invertebrate predators on engorged females or eggs included ants (Solenopsis saevissima, Camponotus rengeri, Ectatomma quadridens and an unidentified species), spiders (...

Veríssimo, C. J.
Agropecuária Catarinense, 1995, 8, 1, pp 35-37