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When the ants wish a dainty luncheon of honeydew they crawl up under the little shed and get a drink of this sweet juice.
LITTLE BUSYBODIESJEANETTE AUGUSTUS MARKS AND JULIA MOODY
They found the old honeydew cherry-tree standing; but some of its long-armed branches were going to decay.
A LITTLE GIRL OF LONG AGOAMANDA MILLIE DOUGLAS
The Aphides have the habit of discharging a sweet sticky substance called honeydew, of which ants are very fond.
The chief cause, however, is mildew, the sign of whose presence is the honeydew on the oak leaves.
And I smoked a pipe of pipes with some splendid old salts, and shared my Honeydew among them.
THE MARTIANGEORGE DU MAURIER
For the purposes of this work further details as to the production of honeydew are not necessary.
It has been said above that when the bubble of honeydew has been expanded to its full size it breaks into spray.
Those whom the gods love die young—they drink too deep and too often of honeydew and become intoxicated even unto death.
SYLVIA & MICHAELCOMPTON MACKENZIE
This same ant dearly loves the honeydew which aphids secrete.
LITTLE BUSYBODIESJEANETTE AUGUSTUS MARKS AND JULIA MOODY
Then the little creatures will pour out a small quantity of honeydew from the tubes on their backs, which the ants will lick up.

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