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Rhytidoponera metallica and nineteen other amazing species of ants from all around the world

Image Gallery: Ants of the World

Rhytidoponera metallica and nineteen other amazing species of ants from all around the world

such a pretty little face!

Image Gallery: Ants of the World

such a pretty little face!

A trap-jaw ant stalks a young cricket.  Odontomachus are large, conspicuous ponerine ants found in the tropics and subtropics worldwide.  These predatory insects are noted for their unusual mandibles, which are held open at 180� and snap shut on a hair trigger.

Image Gallery: Ants of the World

A trap-jaw ant stalks a young cricket. Odontomachus are large, conspicuous ponerine ants found in the tropics and subtropics worldwide. These predatory insects are noted for their unusual mandibles, which are held open at 180� and snap shut on a hair trigger.

Some plants supply nectar to ants in return for protection from herbivores.  Here a Dolichoderus ant feeds from nectar.  Dolichoderus are morphologically and ecologically diverse ants found worldwide.  They are heavily sculptured and their bodies often ornamented with spines.

Image Gallery: Ants of the World

Some plants supply nectar to ants in return for protection from herbivores. Here a Dolichoderus ant feeds from nectar. Dolichoderus are morphologically and ecologically diverse ants found worldwide. They are heavily sculptured and their bodies often ornamented with spines.

Major and minor workers of an Oligomyrmex species.  Minor workers of Oligomyrmex are among the world's smallest ants.  The ants pictured here, like many tropical rainforest insects, belong to a species that has not yet been described by scientists.  Little is known about the biology of most species, but some are known to be thief ants, nesting alongside larger species of ants whose brood they prey upon.

Image Gallery: Ants of the World

Major and minor workers of an Oligomyrmex species. Minor workers of Oligomyrmex are among the world's smallest ants. The ants pictured here, like many tropical rainforest insects, belong to a species that has not yet been described by scientists. Little is known about the biology of most species, but some are known to be thief ants, nesting alongside larger species of ants whose brood they prey upon.

A California harvester ant worker stands guard at the nest entrance. Pogonomyrmex are harvester ants found in arid habitats in North and South America. They are often large and conspicuous insects, and they play ecologically important roles as scavengers and seed dispersers.  Pogonomyrmex are also known for their painful stings.

Image Gallery: Ants of the World

A California harvester ant worker stands guard at the nest entrance. Pogonomyrmex are harvester ants found in arid habitats in North and South America. They are often large and conspicuous insects, and they play ecologically important roles as scavengers and seed dispersers. Pogonomyrmex are also known for their painful stings.

Image Gallery: Ants of the World | LiveScience

Image Gallery: Ants of the World

Image Gallery: Ants of the World | LiveScience

Image Gallery: Ants of the World | LiveScience

Image Gallery: Ants of the World

Image Gallery: Ants of the World | LiveScience

Image Gallery: Ants of the World | LiveScience

Image Gallery: Ants of the World

Image Gallery: Ants of the World | LiveScience

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