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Inside an ants nest
 
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Some of these ants eggs are in the larvae stage while some have changed into the papal stage showing their limbs etc.<br />
 
Some of these ants eggs are in the larvae stage while some have changed into the papal stage showing their limbs etc.<br />
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All ant species live in colonies established by fertile females, or queens. Winged female ants and winged males typically swarm after a day of heavy rain in a particular season. Queens begin as winged ants and usually shed their wings after mating. Reproductive males die soon afterwards.<br />
 
All ant species live in colonies established by fertile females, or queens. Winged female ants and winged males typically swarm after a day of heavy rain in a particular season. Queens begin as winged ants and usually shed their wings after mating. Reproductive males die soon afterwards.<br />
 
A queen alate (alate is an adjective that refers to wings)<br />
 
A queen alate (alate is an adjective that refers to wings)<br />
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Latest revision as of 11:04, 24 September 2019

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Hymenoptera
Suborder: Apocrita
Superfamily: Vespoidea
Family: Formicidae

Clicking on the image below will load a large image (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)2000px-Scheme ant worker anatomy-large.gif

Inside an ants nest

Ants nest-20.jpg Some of these ants eggs are in the larvae stage while some have changed into the papal stage showing their limbs etc.
Ants nest-19.jpg


All ant species live in colonies established by fertile females, or queens. Winged female ants and winged males typically swarm after a day of heavy rain in a particular season. Queens begin as winged ants and usually shed their wings after mating. Reproductive males die soon afterwards.
A queen alate (alate is an adjective that refers to wings)
1-Flying ant.JPG

1-Flying ant-001.JPG

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