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  • Ant - Information from Wikipedia on this family of eusocial insects.
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  • Ant Anatomy - Annotated illustrations of the ant, the different parts of its body and its limbs.
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  • Ant Colonies - Describes how various species organize their society. Includes facts on feeding, communication, and government.
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  • Ant Colony Cycle - View photos and read explanations of the life and building cycle of an ant colony. Click on the images for additional details.
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  • The Ant Farm - A personal site with links to information about ants, including keeping them as pets. Includes FAQ and message board.
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  • Ant from the Antipodes - Photograph of an ant from Australia with enlargements of its foot and mandibles.
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  • Ant News - Links to recent scientific research papers about ants and other social insects.
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  • Antbase.org - Collaborative effort between scientists from around the world studying ants. Provides databases and information on projects.
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  • Ants - This article describes ants that may be found around the home, their identification, biology, food preferences and control measures.
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  • Ants - H2G2 factsheet on ants with descriptions and information about the species found in Britain.
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  • Ants of Cachoeira Nature Reserve - Extensive information about the ants in this reserve in ParanĂ¡, Brazil by Jochen Bihn. Includes high-resolution images of specimens.
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  • Ants of Costa Rica - John Longino's article about Costa Rican ants, as well as information on how to interpret the names of ant species and how to properly mount ant specimens for museum use.
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  • Ants of the Southwest - A large collection of photos of ants in their natural habit in Arizona. Photos are divided by species.
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  • Ants: Family Formicidae - Photographs and information on the ants found in the Brisbane area of Australia.
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  • AntWeb - Extensive information about the ants of California and Madagascar from the California Academy of Sciences. Includes browsable and searchable high-resolution images of specimens.
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  • Argentine Ants - Why Argentine Ants invade homes in Southern California.
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  • Army Ant - Information from Wikipedia on these ants which have no nest but move in aggressive predatory foraging groups, a strategy adopted by species from several different subfamilies.
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  • Behavior of Real Ants - Facts concerning ant trails and foraging behavior.
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  • A Checklist of the Ants of Michigan - The taxonomy of the 113 ant species recorded in Michigan, with an introduction describing the history of Michigan myrmecology.
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  • Dracula Ants: Adetomyrma venatrix - Photograph and information including classification, status, description, range, habitat, biology, threats and conservation.
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  • Ecology - Displacement of Native Ants - Research paper printed in 1999 investigates the causes behind Argentine ant invasions.
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  • A Gallery of British Ants - Photographs of Lasius flavus and three species of Myrmica.
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  • Gliding Ant - Information from Wikipedia on arboreal ants that can control the direction of their descent when jumpin or falling from a tree.
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  • Imported Fire Ants - Biology of Imported Fire ants and control techniques for lawns and turf from University of Florida Cooperative Extension Service.
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  • Interesting Facts About Ants - Provides general information about ants, such as body structure, life span, and life cycle.
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  • Japanese Ants Color Image Database - A guide to Japanese ants and their taxonomy, as well as general information about ants. Available in English and Japanese.
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  • Myrm's Ant Nest - The basics of myrmecology (the study of ants), concentrating on species found in the British Isles.
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  • Myrmecos.net - Close-up images of ants and other insects by Alex Wild.
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  • Photos of ants - Photo encyclopedia of various ants showing their biology and habits.
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  • Red Imported Fire Ant - History, biology and control of the Red Imported Fire Ant , an IPM pest fact sheet.
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  • The Secret Life of Ants - Discusses the architecture of ant nests, the growth of the colony, and the behavior of various species.
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  • Smithsonian Magazine - Small Matters - Illustrated article about how leafcutter ants learned to grow fungi, changing from hunter-gatherers to farmers.
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  • Solenopsis invicta - Imported Fire Ant.
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  • Solenopsis invicta: Red Imported Fire Ant - Photographs of this ant and its nest, with information on its hosts, symptoms, life cycle and description.
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