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Ants have cells, like human s, all life as cells...?
William Morton Wheeler has written: 'Colony-founding among ants' -- subject(s): Hymenoptera, Ants 'The ants of Cuba' -- subject(s): Ants 'Foibles of insects and men' -- subject(s): Insects 'The ants of Alaska' -- subject(s): Ants 'Jamaican ants collected by Prof. C.T. Brues' -- subject(s): Ants 'The ants of the Baltic amber' -- subject(s): Ants, Fossil, Amber fossils, Fossil Ants 'Ants' -- subject(s): Ants 'New species of Dolichopodidae from the United States' -- subject(s): Dolichopodidae 'Ants collected in Grenada, W.I. by Mr. C.T. Brues' -- subject(s): Ants 'The Australian ants of the genus Onychomyrmex' -- subject(s): Hymenoptera, Ants 'Studies of neotropical ant-plants and their ants' -- subject(s): Ants, Myrmechophytes 'A contribution to insect embryology' -- subject(s): Insects, Embryology 'Chinese ants' -- subject(s): Ants 'Emergent evolution and the social' -- subject(s): Evolution, Sociology, Life (Biology) 'A list of the type species of the genera and subgenera of Formicidae' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Ants 'Two new genera of myrmicine ants from Brazil' -- subject(s): Ants
no not all ants.
Not all flying ants are carpenter ants. However, all carpenter ants can fly. There are various types of flying ants. Carpenter ants can be distinguished by their larger size and reddish tone to their body.
Not at all.
Some ants jump not all.
no, ants do not need there antennas and some ants dont have them
so far i have noticed ants tend to like cane sugar the most i know this from a series of tests i did on ants using cane sugar honey saccharin Stevia and sucrlose.
yes they are all ants are
all ants are blind
Not all ants in a colony have wings. The ants that have wings are the queen and the male ants.
No, ants do notsleep.
A colony isn't that where all the ants live
no not at all man you must be stupid
when leiningen kills all the ants
These are all types of ants
Rudolf Pintner has written: 'Supplementary guide for the revised Stanford-Binet scale (form L)' -- subject(s): Intelligence tests, Stanford-Binet Test 'Educational psychology' -- subject(s): Educational psychology, Mental tests 'Intelligence testing' -- subject(s): Educational tests and measurements, Intelligence tests, Mental tests, Psychological Tests, Psychological tests 'A scale of performance tests' -- subject(s): Mental tests, Educational tests and measurements, Psychological tests for children, Nonverbal intelligence tests, Intelligence tests
* ants* anteaters* armadillos* african elephants
There are hundereds of ants in the world. There are millions of ants in the wolrd and they're all different shapes and sizes.
No ants have an exoskeleton ---- Ants are insects; and all insects are invertabrates, meaning they don't have a spine (backbone).
Yes they do the queen is called the mother of all ants because she lays all the eggs
Statistics show that the total biomass of all the ants on earth equals the total biomass of all the humans. There are about 1.5 million ants for every human being.
Ants, like all insects, have six legs.