Among the most impressive jaws among the Kenyan ants are no doubt those belonging to the dreaded Siafu, or Safari Ants ( army ant genus Dorylus).

Among the most impressive jaws among the Kenyan ants are no doubt those belonging to the dreaded Siafu, or Safari Ants ( army ant genus Dorylus).

1957 Carpenter Ant Antique Print Formicidae Offset by Craftissimo, €13.95

1957 Carpenter Ant Print Vintage Lithograph Insects Illustration Entomology Formicidae Camponotus herculeanus, Ameise, Hymenoptera

1957 Carpenter Ant Antique Print Formicidae Offset by Craftissimo, €13.95

Class:	Insecta Order:	Hymenoptera Family:	Formicidae Genus:	Myrmecia Species:	nigriceps Common Name:	Bulldog Ant

Class: Insecta Order: Hymenoptera Family: Formicidae Genus: Myrmecia Species: nigriceps Common Name: Bulldog Ant

Durin Print WOOD CARPENTER ANT (Hymenoptera:Formicidae) (This is a painting)

Durin Print WOOD CARPENTER ANT (Hymenoptera:Formicidae) (This is a painting)

ghost ant, Tapinoma melanocephalum  (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) - 5380001

ghost ant, Tapinoma melanocephalum (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) - 5380001

Morphological and Functional Diversity of Ant Mandibles. Shows how an ant's lower jaw is used like a human's hands!

Morphological and Functional Diversity of Ant Mandibles. Shows how an ant's lower jaw is used like a human's hands!

Heathland (Wood) Ant (Formica fusca) Holding a Microchip - This species of ant is of the family Formicidae - Image : © SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY / BARCROFT MEDIA

Heathland (Wood) Ant (Formica fusca) Holding a Microchip - This species of ant is of the family Formicidae - Image : © SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY / BARCROFT MEDIA

Kerengga or Asian Weaver Ant - Oecophylla smaragdina - These members of the family Formicidae are shown here constructing a part of their nest. They use the larvae to produce larval silk in order to join together leaf edges on their way to building the nest

Kerengga or Asian Weaver Ant - Oecophylla smaragdina - These members of the family Formicidae are shown here constructing a part of their nest. They use the larvae to produce larval silk in order to join together leaf edges on their way to building the nest

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