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Winged Ant or Termite? Ants Elbowed antennae Three distinct body segments with a slim waist Front wings longer than back ones Various sizes Termites Straight antennae No "waistline" Wings long and of equal length Usually only about 1/8" in length Back


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Ants Formicidae Ants have been acclaimed for their wisdom since ancient times. They stand out at, or near, the peak of invertebrate development, displaying memory, learning, and the ability to correct mistakes. However, these intelligences are trapped inside rigid and programmed behavior patterns. Like human societies, ant communities have their own expertise at the three primary methods of obtaining food: gathering, hunting, and growing. The caste system of ants i ...


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Whole Document Navigator (Click Here) ----------------------------------Top of DocumentIntroductionIdentificationBiologyFood PreferencesFlorida Carpenter AntsWhite-Footed AntControlFootnotesDisclaimerCopyright Infomation Ants1 P. G. Koehler and F. M. Oi2 Introduction Ants are pests around the home because they feed on and contaminate human foods, infest structures, and build unsightly mounds in lawns. In some cases, ants are able to inflict painful bites or stings. Ants ...


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Innovative & Conscientious Pest Management for the Safety of Your Family, Home, Business and the Environment Structure Infesting Ants Acrobat ants Carpenter ants Little black ant Odorous house ant Pavement ants Acrobat ants Size: Workers: 1/16-1/8" (2.5-4 mm) long Queen: up to 3/8" (10 mm) long Color: Light brown to black Antenna: 11-segmented, with 3-segment club Thorax: 1 pair dorsal spines ...


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ANTS All ants have tiny claws. The American army ants make temporary overnight camps. They are made out of their own bodies. The ants cluster together and hold each other with their claws. Weaver ants make their nests in trees. They use a sticky silk a thread, produced by their larvae. The bulldog ant is a particularly fierce customer as it eats other insects. It has extra big manibles which it uses for catching its victim and chopping it up into little pieces. The Dinopon ...


Ants Ants are among the most successful of insects, and like termites, they are social insects and live in colonies. Ants, however, evolved this social behavior separately from termites and these two groups are not closely related. Ant colonies include a collect- ion of workers, one or more reproductives, eggs, larvae, and pupae. The colonies build intricate mazes of tunnels called the nest, which requires much effort by the worker ants to maintain. Many speci ...


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© Stuart M Bennett 2003 Black Ant Red Ant Argentine Ant Pharoahs Ant Wood Ant Carpenters Ants Ants can be found almost everywhere, except probably at the polar caps, but you never know there may be a species of Eskimo Ant. Anyway, there are something like 15,000 known species of ant which have been described, and these are adapted for widely varying conditions. Common to them all, however, is the fact fact that they are all social. Technically speaking, they all belong t ...


Ants Ants are members of the family of social insects meaning that they live in organized colonies. Ants make up the family of Formicidae of the order Hymenoptera.The ant family contains more than 4.500 described species that can be found in tropical and temperate areas around the world. In a colony of ants you find wingless, infertile female workers predominate in defense, foraging and brood-tending. The fertilized winged female becomes the queen and may found her own nest ...


Ants Insecta: Hymenoptera General Information: Ants are one of the few "social" insects, which means they live in colonies and individuals have specific tasks to perform within their society. Ants have two basic groups of individuals (castes): the reproductives and the workers. Reproductives either act as the queen (or queens) who lays eggs, or as hundreds of swarmers (kings and queens) which set out to form new colonies when a colony has become too large. These swarmers are what you w ...


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Realtors Click Here To Submit Inspection Request Ants............... are social insects and have a caste system similar to subterranean termites. There are many different species of ants, but luckily the control measures are somewhat similar. The list of ants below is in no way a complete list of all ant species, but are the most common found. Carpenter Ants are wood destroying insects, just as are termites. They are among the largest species of ants ranging from 1 ...


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Ants - Ants are social insects that live in colonies. Ants have three body sections: head, thorax, and abdomen along with a pair of antennae. There are either one or two nodes between the thorax and abdomen. Ants have a complete metamorphosis with development through four stages: egg, larva, pupa and adult. The workers, queens, and males make up the three distinct castes of an ant colony. The workers are usually the only ones that are seen outside the nest. Ants can be both benefici ...


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Mojave National Preserve Ants Plants & Animals Home Ants are some of the most fascinating creatures on the planet. Something like ten thousand trillion ants control vast stretches of territory. Their success lies in cooperation. They are a social insect, living in often enormous colonies, coordinating their activities to an exceptional degree to achieve domination. These are aggressive and capable critters, ones whose existence is characterized by continuous work and conflict. In many pl ...


Surf in - load up - print out http://www.lingolex.com/jstefl.htm JOHN AND SARAH FREE MATERIALS (C) 1996 Instructions for teachers INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT ANTS 1Like all insects, ants have six legs. Each leg has three joints. The legs of the ant are very strong so they can run very quickly. If a man could run as fast for his size as an ant can, he could run as fast as a racehorse. Ants can lift 20 times their own body weight. An ant brain has about 250 000 brain cells. A ...


An ant's body has three main body parts:(1) the head, (2) the trunk, (3) the metasoma. The main features of the head are the eyes, the antennae, and the mandibles. Three pairs of legs extend from the bottom of the trunk. An ant's internal organs include a brain, a nerve cord, and a tube shaped heart. By: Yoanny C. Back to Insects Menu


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Urban Knowledge Master Camponotus variegatus (Fr. Smith) Hawaiian Capenter Ant AuthorHostsDistributionDamageBiologyEggsLarvaePupaeAdultsBehaviorManagementReferences Author Julian R. Yates III Extension Urban Entomologist College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources University of Hawaii at Manoa HOSTS These ants will feed on small insects, honeydew from aphids, and most foods found in a home, including meat and grease. DISTRIBUTION Southeastern Asia, Midway, Hawaiian Islands ...


Carpenter Ant Contact: Eric Day, Manager, Insect Identification Laboratory Publication 444-253, August 1996, updated June 1999 Carpenter Ant Hymenoptera: Formicidae, Camponotus spp. SIZE: Large - from 1/4 inch (6.4mm) for a worker up to 3/4 inch (19.1mm) for a queen COLOR: Black, or sometimes red and black DESCRIPTION: Carpenter ants are active indoors during many months of the year, usually during the spring and summer. When ants are active in the house during late winter/ea ...


University of Kentucky Entomology EntFacts Information Sheets CARPENTER ANTS by Mike Potter, Extension Entomologist University of Kentucky College of Agriculture "I keep seeing big, black ants in my house, especially in the kitchen and bathroom. I spray the ones I see, but they keep coming back. What kind of ants are these, where do they come from, and how do I get rid of them?" USDA Insect and Plant Disease Slide SetThese are the ques ...


Skip Maine state header navigationAgencies | Online Services | Web Policies | Help State Search: CARPENTER ANTS Homeowners are frequently startled to find that they are sharing their home with a "family" of large ants known as carpenter ants. These, the largest of our Maine ants, come in two varieties; the black carpenter ant, Componotus pennyslvanicus (DeGeer) and the red carpenter ant, C. ferrugineus (Fab.). Both are regular inhabitants of wooded areas where they play a very important ro ...


PEST PROFILES: ANTS Click on image to view larger.Carpenter ants Description: Black carpenter ants, are found primarily in outdoor wooded areas. Common indoor species have workers that have dull red-bodies with a black abdomen. Worker ants range in size from 1/4 - á inch. They can be distinguished from most other large ant species because the top of the thorax is evenly convex and bears no spines. Ants have elbowed antennae, and a narrow pedicel between the thorax and abd ...


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Birds Rodents Cockroaches Silverfish Carpenter Ants Fleas Carpenter ants (Camponotus sp.) There are ten native species of carpenter ants in B.C. The two most common, and economically important, species in the Lower Mainland are Campanotus modoc and Campanotus vicinus. Both species can cause significant structural damage. C. modoc is a very large black ant, up to 17mm in length. C. vicinus is also a large ant (up to 12mm), with a black head and abdomen a ...


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CARPENTER ANTS Camponotus pennsylvanicus (DeGeer) Click here for Acrobat Reader Version The black carpenter ant is a common invader of homes in the northeastern United States. In their natural habitat, carpenter ants aid in the decomposition of dead, decaying trees. They normally nest in logs, stumps, and hollow trees. However, the large, dark-colored workers often invade homes in search of food. These ants seldom tunnel into dry, sound wood, but they may excavate moist, rotting ...


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8/1/2001 Pharaoh Ants Contact: Dr. James E. Sargent While their origin is thought to be from an African region, (and whose name reulted from the false theory that this ant was one of the plagues in Egypt in the time of the Pharaohs) Pharaoh ants are now found throughout the United States. These ants have been strongly implicated in the spread of various disease pathogens, and they're of particular concern in health care facilities where they will enter wound ...


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GIANT PERUVIAN DINOSAUR ANT BIOLOGY, HUSBANDRY AND DISPLAY Randy C. Morgan Headkeeper, Insectarium, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden 3400 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45220, USAINTRODUCTION The giant Peruvian ant Dinoponera longipes, popularized as the Dinosaur ant, is an exciting public educational display animal. Since these ants are among the world's largest, about 3 cm long, Insectarium visitors easily can observe their social behavior. Colonies also are relatively simple to manage ...


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Rhytidoponera metallica (green ant) Previous | Home | Next Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Hymenoptera Family: Formicidae Genus: Rhytidoponera Species: metallica (green ant) Rhytidoponera are some of the most common ant species in Australia with over 100 species occurring across the country mostly in either the tropics or the more arid areas. These ants occur in a wide range of habitats and are often very abundant in disturbed habitats, being able to ...


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Carpenter Ants ORDER: HymenopteraGENUS: Camponotus FAMILY: FormicidaeSPECIES: pennsylvanicus Definition. Carpenter ants are found throughout the world, and there are many different species. The Black Carpenter Ant, Camponotus pennsylvanicus, was named by science in 1773, and was the first North American ant to be named. It occurs throughout the eastern United States and southeastern Canada. Life Cycle. Winged males and female carpenter ants engage in a nuptial flight in late sprin ...


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Ants, Ant Control, Fire Ants, FIREANTS, Ant Bait, Ant Spray Fire Ant Control Anyone who has lived in the South during the summer months has already had the unpleasant experience of being stung by fire ants. Fire ants are here to stay, but you don't have to put up with them in your yard or house. Biology Fire ants are social insects consisting of a queen, workers, eggs and larvae. The queen lives in a protected nest which may be several feet deep. There may be several satellite ne ...


Fire Ants Black inported fire ant, Solenopsis richteri Forell Native fire ant, Solenopsis geminata (Fabricius) Red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta Buren Southern fire ant, Solenopsis xyloni McCook Formicide, HYMENOPTERA DESCRIPTION The various stages of development are similar to the general description of ants. All species of fire ants closely resemble the red imported fire ant. Identification of the species is difficult but can be made by a specialist. BIOLOGY D ...


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C O N T E N T S Ant meals Very fond of insects, sweet foods and seeds Very fond of seeds Carry 2,400 insects to their nest per day Food being carried by a single ant Gather honey and store it in the stomach Sharing honey with a fellow ant by mouth-to-mouth transfer Ant fighting Fighting an enemy until the enemy dies Ants fight to protect their nest Non-fighting ants Ant enemies Very weak if alone Most fearful ant lion Ant meadow Re ...


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for A P R I L Carpenter ants PROPER NAME: Order Hymentoptera, Family Formicidae, Genus Camponotus. WHEN MOST PREVALENT: All year round in rotting wood; winged reproductives are most often seen in April, May, and June while swarming. SIZE RANGE: Workers are 6-10 mm in length; queens are much larger at 15-20 mm in length. [View magnified Insect] WARNINGS: Carpenter ants are not aggr ...


Insects, Plant Diseases & Pesticides Home Page MSUcares Home Page Insects: Fire Ants Current Situation The fire ant, by best estimates, was introduced into the United States in 1918 or 1919 through the Port of Mobile. However, it was not until about 1926 or 1927 that the ant was identified as a species within the fire ant group (Solenopsis). It is thought that the ant came into the port on ships from South America from parts of Brazil and Argentina. As ballast or goods were removed, fir ...




Search:The WebAngelfire VforVendetta Share This Page Report Abuse Edit your Site Browse Sites « Previous | Top 100 | Next » Jeremy's Ant Page Hi my name is Jeremy. I'm 16 years old. I have an ant farm at home and I began to study ants. The average life of an ant that is taken from it's home and put into an ant farm is 4-5 months. Mine lived for 17 months. I keep harvester ants in my ant farm. All the pictures on this page are from the page myrmecology. They are under copyright ...


Facts | Control Back to Insects Ant Facts More than 10,000 species may exist worldwide. Approximately 570 species occur in the United States and of these, fewer than 30 species may regularly infest homes and other buildings with only ten species considered major pests. Ants have succeeded in replacing other types of structural pests as the number one pest in homes in many parts of the United States. In Texas, the imported fire ant has been deeme ...


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Leaf-Cutter Ant Leaf-cutter ants live in the Amazon rain forest. Their size is 2cm long. The rain forest level they live in is the under story. Leaf-cutter ants are brownish, black,and red. Their predator are insects, anteaters,man,and mammals. The prey are leafs. If you were to scale leaf-cutter ants it would be 2:2 or two over two. They got their name by climbing up to the emergent layer which are were the leafs are and pick pieces of leafs and march back down and take the leafs into their homes. Back To rain forest Main Page




Imported Fire Ants Timothy C. Lockley Imported Fire Ant Station USDA/APHIS/PPQ Gulfport, MS 39501 Apunte aquí para versión en Español [X] HISTORY: Map: APHIS Quarantine map showing fire ant distribution in U.S. Four species of fire ants are currently found within the contiguous southeastern United States. The tropical fire ant, Solenopsis geminata Fabricius, and the southern fire ant, S. xyloni McCook, are considered species "native" to the area. The two imported species of fire ant ...




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Nuisance Ants You may find several ant species in your home. All ant species are unwanted in our homes because they are a nuisance and frequently are found near food. Carpenter ants can do structural damage to our homes. The information given here is for those ant species exclusive of carpenter ants though many of the same principles apply to them. Ants feed upon almost anything that people eat and on many other things as well. Most ant nests are outdoors in the soil and the workers forage ...


Oklahoma State University Red Imported Fire Ants (RIFA), Solenopsis invicta, are stinging insects that belong to the same order as bees and wasps. The RIFA now infests more than 318 million acres in the southern United States, where it has become a considerable agricultural pest and a significant health hazard. The most significant problem associated with fire ants is their stinging behavior. The ants are very aggressive and will readily attack anything that disturbs their mound. Af ...


PAVEMENT ANTS Tetramorium caespitum (Linnaeus) Click here for Acrobat Reader Version The pavement ant is an introduced species and is one of the most commonly encountered house-infesting ants in Pennsylvania. The ants were likely carried to the United States in the holds of merchant vessels during the 1700s to 1800s. These ships were filled with soil from Europe to provide ballast on the trip to the States. Once in port, the soil was removed, and goods were loaded on the ships to ...


Carpenter Ants Carpenter ants can cause structural damage to wooden building components and spread disease-causing germs to foodstuffs. Black or black-with-red in colour, these insects measure between 3 and 12 mm (1/8" to 1/2") in length, and reproductive members of their colonies are winged. Swarms of reproductive ants can often be seen in May and June as they migrate to establish new colonies. Eliminating moisture-collecting ...




Pest Ants in Hawaii Hawaii Ant Group (HAG) The Hawaii Ant Group (HAG) is dedicated to the better understanding of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) and their impacts in Hawaii. AntWatch AntWatch Hawaii is an educational, long-term effort to monitor the Hawaiian Islands for resident alien ant species and provide an early-warning network for newly introduced species. AntWatch relies on participating schools, teachers and students to collect geographic information on these in ...


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Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet Entomology 1991 Kenny Road, Columbus, OH 43210-1000 Pharaoh Ant HYG-2136-95 William F. Lyon Common NameScientific Name Pharaoh AntMonomorium pharaonis (L.) Pharaoh ants have become a serious nuisance pest in hospitals, rest homes, apartment dwellings, hotels, grocery stores, food establishments and other buildings. They feed on a wide variety of foods including jellies, honey, shortening, peanut butter, corn syrup, fruit juices, bak ...


animals Ants Formicidae There are many different kinds of ants all over the world, even in the cities. Scientists have classified around 8,000-10,000 species of the insect family Formicidae that live in highly organized societies called colonies. > INVERTEBRATES • Caterpillar • Filaria > MARINE ANIMALS • Cone shell • Blue bottle • Blue-ringed octopus • Box jellyfish • Lion-fish • Sea scorpion • Stingray • Stonefish ...


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\ KIDZ \ EXPLORE THE RAINFOREST \ PLANTS, ANIMALS AND PEOPLE \ ANIMALS \ AZTEC ANTS \ Aztec ants These ants live in a certain tree called the cercropia or 'trumpet tree' of the tropical rainforests. It offers everything needed for their survival; a home, water and food. The Aztec ants are protective of these trees. Any tapping on the trunk causes the ants to pour out and cover the intruder, even if it happens to be a vine blown ...


L-5314 Red harvester Ants Bastiaan M. Drees Professor and Extension Entomologist The Texas A&M University System Red harvester ants are one of the more noticeable and larger ants in open areas in Texas. However, harvester ants are not near-ly as common today as they were during the earlier 1900s. The decline, particularly in the eastern part of the state, has caused some alarm because these ants serve as a major source of food for the rapidly disappearing and threatened Te ...


If you live in the United States, you live under the constant threat of costly damage caused by wood-destroying bugs. Identifying and understanding the behavior of these pests is the first step in creating an effective pest control plan. Carpenter ants and termites are wood-destroying insects that cost us billions of dollars every year. More than 90% of the homes in the US are wood framed. But even homes built of masonry and steel serve up delicious wood treats to these pests. Left unchecked, they systematically destroy our homes and valuable wood objects in them. By Paul Fisette - © 2002


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Ants IPM Action Points Sanitation Eliminate food sources Store all food (pet food included ) in glass or plastic containers with a tight sealing lid Clean up all spilled food and drink Ask that food not be kept overnight in lockers, desks, or drawers. Trash receptacles Remove trash that contains food at least daily Wash all trash receptacles regularly. Use ant trails Find food sources and eliminate them Find entrance points and eliminate them b ...


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Ants are one of the most common insects found around us. You get them in homes as well as in office buildings. They are pests because they travel to all kinds of places, including garbage areas, and may carry germs on their bodies. In this manner, they transmit diseases and cause food poisoning. In addition, some ants inflict painful bites. Pavement Ants Fire Ants PAVEMENT ANTS This ant gets its name from commonly locating its nest in or under cracks in pavement. They're abou ...


The Ant Colony Cycle (a) An ant colony starts in general with a queen (alate reproductive female) that has just landed from the nuptial flight in which she has been inseminated by one or more males, has lost her wings and has found a protected place or has excavated a chamber. (b) In this protected place (the nest, that does not necessarily have to be constructed, but can be a natural chamber under a rock, for instance) the queen starts to lay eggs, from which after a certain period, emerg ...


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ANTS While there is much obsession with finding life in outer space, there are about one million different kinds of denizens of the animal world that breathe without lungs or gills, yet all have the same three body sections, six legs and antennae. I'm sure that up close, their appearance will outdo any special effect space alien. Ants are just one kind of these. A Typical Ant Nest Worker ant scouts returning to nest Worker ant digging ...


Leaf-Cutting Ants When the first explorers of tropical rain forests encountered leaf-cutting ants they thought that the ants were cutting leaves to protect them- selves from the sun. In reality, the ants cut leaves to make a compost for a fungus they farm underground. Find other forest dwellers More information about the Tropical Rainforest film. Science Learning Network / ©1997 Science Museum of Minnesota




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TEXAS LEAFCUTTING ANT, Atta texana (Buckley) DescriptionPictureDamage leafcutting ant is rusty brown several castes with considerable variation in size queen is approximately 3/4 inch long common workers range from 1/4 to 1/2 inch in length colonies usually are found in well-drained sandy soils colony may consist of a few small mounds or several feet across mound interior has several chambers and may descend 15 feet Photo credit: Extension Entomology, Dep ...




The Ant: A Morphological Tour of the Super Organism 1) Integument Cuticle Epidermis Basement membrane 2) Head Eyes Antennae Mouth Parts 3) Thorax fProthorax Mesothorax Metathorax Limbs 4) Abdomen This page is my final project for Bio 344, Biological Structures, class at Wesleyan University. During the course of the semester, I conducted a survey of the external anatomy of the ant Solenopsis invicta, the now common Fire Ant, using a scanning electron micr ...


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Search by insect name Search by insect location Carpenter Ant Most carpenter ants that enter the home are black and can vary in length from 1/4 to 3/4 inch. Unlike termites, all carpenter ants have narrow (or constricted) waists and elbowed (bent) antennae. Carpenter ants are social insects which form large colonies. A mature carpenter ant colony may contain up to 3,000 individuals, but usually only one queen. Carpenter ants form nests in wood by tunneling against the grain. These g ...


The Open Door Web Site Search Site Map >Biology Chemistry Physics Electronics Technology History Study Guide New About Gallery Social insects: Ants Johnny's Fact File No.61 Fossil ants have been found which are 100 million years old. Ants are probably the most highly developed social insects. Each colony contains at least one queen. The workers, who are all sterile females, care for the queen, enlarge, repair and defend the nest, care for the young and gather food. Some wo ...




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Pest Management Office 491 College Avenue Orono, ME (207) 581-3880 1-800-287-0279 (in Maine) Fax (207) 581-3881 Carpenter Ants Introduction Carpenter ants are so named because of their habit of excavating, tunneling and living in wood. In Maine we have the red carpenter and the black carpenter ant. Their habits and sizes are similar, but the latter is by far the most common. Carpenter ants are the largest ants in Maine. Description & Biology Like honey bees, ants are social ...


VELVET ANTS Mutillidae family Velvet ants – actually wasps – get their name from the hairs that cover their body and because they resemble ants. The flightless females, which are often encountered while wandering on the ground, especially resemble ants. Two common varieties include thistledown (Dasymutilla gloriosa) and red (Dasymutilla magnifica). Two large ones include the Satan’s, one of them is black with a yellowish-whit ...


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