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The Ants of Today
Ants and Men as Individuals
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activity adults aggressive alien ancient animals appear become beetles behavior body Bothriomyrmex brain brood carried cells chapter completely condition consocians conspicuous creatures D. M. Gallagher Dolichoderines dominant Dorylines early earth Eciton eggs entirely environment evidence evolution existence extremely feeding female food supply foraging Formica rufa Formica sanguinea formicary Formicine fungus genus greater habit hatched higher ants highly host colony host queen human society immense independent individual insects Iridomyrmex large number larvae Leptothorax less mandibles mankind marriage flight maturity mental Mesozoic mutation Myrmica Myrmicine nest normal Odontomachus organisms parallel Paraponera parasitic queen Pheidole physical Polyergus primitive Ponerine pupae queens and males race raiding reared relatively represent rufa seen sisters slave species slave-holder slave-making social lives socially parasitic societies of ants solitary sort specialized stage Strongylognathus subfamily subspecies termites tiny tion totalitarian tropical types wasps whole wings worker caste young queens