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Melissotarsus (2)
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None (13) · CASENT0790667 (2)
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None (63) · ''Melissotarsus'' sp. queen. Rare and bizarre ants from Africa that live under bark of trees. (1) · ''Melissotarsus'' sp. worker. Rare and bizarre ants from Africa that live under bark of trees. (1) · ''Sphinctomyrmex stali'' a rare subterranen ant from Brazilian rainforest. (1) · ''Strumigenys'' FJ01. (1) · ''Strumigenys'' FJ04. (1) · ''Strumigenys'' FJ13. (1) · ''Strumigenys'' FJ14. (1) · ''Strumigenys'' FJ18. (1) · ''Strumigenys'' FJ19. (1) · A major worker from Madagascar. (2) · A major worker. (1) · A minor worker from Madagascar. (1) · A minor worker. (1) · Because of scanning constraints, only the more sclerotised veins of the wings can be seen. (1) · Because of scanning constraints, only the veins of the wings are visible. (1) · Dulotic or “slave-raiding” ant species from Russia with saber-shaped mandibles. (1) · Extremely spiny ant from New Guinea and Australia. (1) · Head of ''M. castanea'' worker (“dracula ant”) from the Australasian region. (1) · Head of bizarre, very small, cryptic predatory ant from northern South America. (1) · Head of one of the largest ants in the world, collected from Borneo, Malaysia. (1) · Head of specialised, arboreal trap-jaw ant from South America. (1) · Heavily armoured arboreal ant species from Kakamega Forest in Western Kenya. (1) · Holotype. (4) · Known from the Asir Mountains of southwestern Saudi Arabia. (1) · Major worker. (2) · Minor worker. (2) · Open mouthparts of bark-inhabiting ant species ''Melissotarsus'' sp. from Africa. (1) · Originally identified as ''Solenopsis saudiensis'' but now known to be a junior synonym of ''Solenopsis abdita''. (1) · Paratype. (1) · Phragmotic major worker head. (1) · Phragmotic major worker. Collected from leaf litter by R. Belshaw on Nov. 8th, 1992 in Ashanti, Juaso in Ghana. (1) · Phragmotic major worker. Kakamega Forest, Kenya. (1) · Rare and spiny ant species described from Madagascar (1) · Rarely collected, likely subterranean species from the Arabian Peninsula. (1) · Sarnat et al. 2019. Holotype, Vanua Levu, Fiji. (1) · Specimen from USA (1) · The largest soldiers of this species have tusk like mandibles, that are a specialised defence against larger predators. (1) · These ants from South American are specialised thiefs that steal food from other ant colonies. (1)

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