Books and Journals

Encyclopedia of Life 2013. <URL:>. Accessed 20 November 2013.

Holden, C. 1995. Random Samples: Hot Ants. American Association for the Advancement of Science 268:207.

Leniaud, L., A. Heftez, L. Grumiau and S.Aron. 2011. Multiple mating and supercoloniality in Cataglyphis desert ants. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 104:866-876.

Lenoir, A., S. Aron, X. Cerda and A. Hefetz. 2010. Cataglyphis desert ants: a good model for evolutionary biology in Darwin's anniversary year. Isreal Journal Entomology 39:1-32.

Marsh, A.C., R. Wehner and S. Wehner. 1992. Desert ants on a thermal tight rope. Nature Publishing Group 357:586-587.

Myers, J. 1995. Living on the edge of danger. Highlights for Children 50:4-34.

One for the Road 2002. <>. Accessed 5 December 2013.

One for the Road 2011. <>. Accessed 5 December 2013.

Wehner, R. and S. Wehner 2011. Parallel evolution of thermophilia: daily and seasonal foraging patterns of heat-adapted desert ants: Cataglyphis and Ocymyrmex species. Physilogical Entomology 3rd Edition 36:271-281.

World's Largest Desert 2005. <>. Accessed 8 November 2013.   

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