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    Ants

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    commissioner (who narrates the radio adaptation in the first person) describes the threat Leiningen faces: "Ten miles long‚ two miles wide—ants‚ nothing but ants!” Additionally‚ each ant is approximately the size of a man’s thumb and wants to consume any form of life that falls in its path. (If this description is accurate‚ it means there are roughly 64 billion ants in the swarm; the entire human population at the time was less than 2 billion.) It is also mentioned that they can completely pick the flesh

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    Ants are social insects that live in colonies being some of the most successful of insects. Ant colonies include one or more queens‚ workers‚ eggs‚ larvae and pupae. The worker ants maintain their developed structures known as "nests". Nests protect the ants against their enemies‚ some protection against extremes of weather‚ and are often placed close to water and food sources. Some ant species nest in the ground‚ many times under concrete or slabs. Some species will be found in wood such as fence

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    Ant and C. Army Ants

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    ANTS Introduction I. There are some species of ants such as; leaf cutter‚ army‚ harvester‚ weaver‚ honey pot‚ argentine‚ trap jaw fire‚ black garden‚ red stinging‚ yellow meadow and wood ants. A. According to studies each ant has its own business. Some of them defend the ant nest‚ some of them carry food. B. Each species of ants have their own distinct characteristics. Like‚ leaf cutter ants cut the leafs and carry them to nest. C. Army Ants are nomadic and they are always moving. (Transition):

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    Identify the Ant Start by identifying the type of ant in your house so you can find out its nesting habits and have a better idea of where they’re living (they may be nesting outdoors). Take a close-up photo of the ant and e-mail it (or snail mail it) to your local university extension service (enter your state’s name and “university extension service” into any online search engine). The extension service will tell you the type of ant you’re dealing with and where it nests. It may give you fact sheets

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    Types of Ants

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    Army Ants | | | | | | There are over 200 known species of army ant‚ divided into New World and Old World types. All are members of the true ant family Formicidae. New World army ants belong to the subfamily Ecitoninae. This subfamily is further broken into two groups‚ Cheliomyrmex and the Ecitonini. The Ecitonini group contains three genera‚ Neivamyrmex‚ Nomamyrmex‚ Labidus‚ and Eciton‚ the genus after which the group is named (Brady‚ 2003‚ Tree of Life). The most predominant species

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    Ant Colony

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    the Queen ant‚ Princess Atta‚ and even Hopper the grasshopper.   Also‚ the ant colony it self portrays the differences in social groups and who is looked at as a norm based on the ants perception and those who are deviant from the colony.   And lastly‚ another sociological perspective that can be seen is the symbolic interationist perspective and the way one acts of deviance or norm and if that is based and if that behavior is biological or learned.   In what follows the colony of ants will be descried

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    Ant‚ Power Animal‚ Symbol of Team Work‚ Oneness and Patience  By Ina Woolcott  When observing ants it is easy to see some of the special characteristics‚ or ’powers’ they have. Ants are very industrious. There are ants that are solitary but most are part of a large community. Within the community there is a wide variety of activities and behaviours‚ with each ant knowing its place and fulfilling its duties with total loyalty to the whole. Each ant does his bit to ensure the survival of the

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    Reproduction of Ants

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    Reproduction/Supplies/Entertainment/Labor In the ant colony reproduction occurs at an incredibly fast rate. The life of an ant starts with an egg. If the egg is fertilized‚ the ant will be female‚ if not‚ it will be male. When an egg is fertilized it has four stages it has to go through and develop by complete metamorphosis. From and egg‚ ants enter the larval stage which is particularly helpless‚ because it lacks legs entirely and it can’t care for itself. Food is given to the larvae by an ant in the colony by regurgitating

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    Ant Observation

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    The Observation of Ants Introduction Myrmecology has been around since the late 18th and early 19th century. Myrmecology is derived from the Greek word Murmek‚ which means ant. There are three main names that are most noteworthy: Linne who produced "Systemae Naturae" which he describes eighteen species of ants. Fabricius created five more genera and further described other species. Latreille was the most significant‚ he collected and studied the ants of Europe and described many species overlooked

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    Ants Part 1

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    Ants Part 1 1. 3 different body parts of an insect are: The thorax Abdomen Antennae 2. The kind of ant pictured in the Trek Nature page is a weaver ant. Those ants form the most elaborate communicative organization in the insect world. 3. There are 12‚400 known species of ants in the world today and they have a wide variety of lifestyles. 4. The three main jobs of worker ants are to: Gather most of the food‚ Help raise the young‚ and defend the colony. 5. The ways that

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