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The Situation: The Argentine ant is native to Northern Argentina and it is a globally distributed invasive pest in urban, natural, and agricultural habitats. Due to unusually low levels of intraspecific aggression the Argentine ant can establish extremely large colonies. More

Argentine claims in Antarctica, the Falkland Islands and South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. Capital (and largest city) Buenos Aires 34°36′S 58°23′W / 34.6°S 58.383°W / -34.6; -58. More

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Picture taken 30 March 1982 of a worker who is being arrested during a protest against Argentine dictatorship (1976-1983) in Buenos AiresThe authorities arrested many they saw as enemies of the state Former Economy Minister Jose Alfredo Martinez de Hoz and former Interior Minister Albano Harguindeguy served under Jorge Videla between 1976 and 1981. More

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the Argentine peso by a factor of three and ushered in a series of weak, short-lived governments along with social and economic instability. As of 2006, the country has stabilized under President Nestor Kirchner, and the economy has begun to recover. More

The gaucho, or Argentine cowboy, the nomadic herder of the Pampas-depicted in Martín Fierro, the great Argentine folk epic by José Hernández-is still a legendary national symbol. Many gauchos were people of mixed Spanish and African descent who had crossed the border from Brazil to escape slavery. More

in the the sale, Argentines in the Futurity and best of all, the Argentines will have their own show!!! Come one, come all….. More

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The argentine has a pointed nose, deeply forked tail, and slender, compressed body, but it has much larger eyes than either smelt or capelin, a character no doubt associated with its deep-water home; its mouth is much smaller, not gaping back even as far More

social structure of the Argentine ant is different from other ants. To get into their world, it's necessary to learn more about them. Are you ready? Let's march into the underground world of the Argentine ant. Left . . . left . . . left, right, left . More

The Argentine Library first opened in a storefront in 1911, and moved to its current location in 1917. The building is the only Carnegie library remaining in the Kansas City area, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. More

"The settlement became known as Argentine, which is derived from the Latin word for 'silver'." "Silver City", A History of the Argentine Community of Kansas City, Kansas by Edwin Dale Shutt II The Junior High Schools of Kansas City, Kansas (pdf) by R. More

Argentine was signed in 1898. More

completes the similarity between the Argentine and the American union, a "federal district", namely the city of Buenos Aires, which is also the capital of the state of the same name. More

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Common names

Abishoya in Spanish (español)
Agheu in Italian (Italiano)
Algentin in Italian (Italiano)
Argentin in French (français)
Argentin in Italian (Italiano)
Argentina in Italian (Italiano)
Argentina in Maltese (Malti)
Argentina in Portuguese (Português)
Argentina in Spanish (español)
Argentina branca in Portuguese (Português)
Argentina-branca in Portuguese (Português)
Argentine in English
Argentine in French (français)
Argentine in Italian (Italiano)
Argentini in Italian (Italiano)
Argentino in Italian (Italiano)
Argentyna smukla in Polish (polski)
Arzentin in Italian (Italiano)
Babbaluscio in Italian (Italiano)
Barrakuda-Goldlachs in German (Deutsch)
Biqueirão branco in Portuguese (Português)
Capelan de large in French (français)
Curanedda 'mperiali in Italian (Italiano)
Curunedda in Italian (Italiano)
Derinsu Gümüs baligi in Turkish (Türkçe)
Derinsu Gümüş balığı in Turkish (Türkçe)
European argentine in English
Glasauge in German (Deutsch)
Gourlomatis in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Gourlomatis in Greek, Modern (1453)
Guarnina in Italian (Italiano)
Gulllax in Icelandic (Íslenska)
Hopeakuore in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Kleine zilvervis in Dutch (Nederlands)
Kurunella in Maltese (Malti)
Kurunetta in Maltese (Malti)
Lesser argentine in English
Lesser silver smelt in English
Litli gullax in Icelandic (Íslenska)
Mélette in French (français)
Moixó in Catalan (Català)
Mouayn in Arabic (‫العربية)
Nigisu in Japanese (日本語)
Pei d'ardge in French (français)
Peis d'argent in French (français)
Peix de plata in Catalan (Català)
Peix de plata in Spanish (español)
Pejerrey in English
Pejerrey in Spanish (español)
Péon in Spanish (español)
Petite argentine in French (français)
Pez plata in Spanish (español)
Pez plata pequeño in Spanish (español)
Pigudo in Spanish (español)
Pisci argentinu in Italian (Italiano)
Pisci lucito in Italian (Italiano)
Polido in Spanish (español)
Silberfisch in German (Deutsch)
Silver smelt in English
silverfish in English
Silverfisk in Swedish (Svenska)
Srebrenica in Serbian (српски језик)
Srebrenjak in Croatian (Hrvatski)
Srebrnjak in Croatian (Hrvatski)
Streymsild in Faroese (Føroyskt)
Strömsill in Swedish (Svenska)
Strømsild in Danish (dansk)
Strømsild in Norwegian (Norsk)
Sula de altura in Spanish (español)
Trofte deti in Albanian (Shqip)
Zilversmelt in Dutch (Nederlands)
Γουρλομάτης in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Γουρλομάτης in Greek, Modern (1453)
Λικουρίνος in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Χρυσόψαρο in Greek (Ελληνικά)
梭水珍魚 in Mandarin Chinese
梭水珍鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
肯尼亚水珍鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
肯尼亞水珍魚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Osmeriformes
Family : Argentinidae
Genus : Argentina
Species : Argentina sphyraena
Authority : Cohen, 1961