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type of ants

  • Ant's subclasses include Fire ant, red imported fire ant, Paratrechina species near pubens, Black garden ant and Messor.
  • Fire ant
    Fire ant
    Fire ant

    Fire ant (Fire ants, sometimes referred to as simply red ants, stinging ants with over 280 species worldwide)

  • red imported fire ant
    red imported fire ant
    red imported fire ant

    red imported fire ant, or simply RIFA, one of over 280 members of the widespread genus Solenopsis

  • Black garden ant
    Black garden ant
    Black garden ant

    black garden ant, a formicine ant, a type species of the subgenus Lasius, found all over Europe and in some parts of North America and Asia

  • Messor
    Messor
    Messor

    Messor, a myrmicine genus of ants with more than 100 species, all of which are harvester ants; the generic name comes from the Roman god of crops and harvest, Messor

  • Red harvester ant
    Red harvester ant
    Red harvester ant

    red harvester ant, a large ant common in the southwest United States

  • Ravoux's Slavemaker Ant
    Ravoux's Slavemaker Ant
    Ravoux's Slavemaker Ant

    Ravoux's slavemaker ant, a species of ant in the family Formicidae

  • Ecitoninae
    Ecitoninae
    Ecitoninae

    Ecitoninae, the taxon and type of animal, a type of ant and animal

  • Eciton burchellii
    Eciton burchellii
    Eciton burchellii

    Eciton burchellii, a predominant species of the genus Eciton and a type of New World army ant

  • Ponerinae
    Ponerinae
    Ponerinae

    Ponerinae, a subfamily of ants in the Poneromorph subfamilies group

  • Dolichoderinae
    Dolichoderinae
    Dolichoderinae

    Dolichoderinae, a subfamily of ants, which includes species such as the Argentine ant, an erratic ant, an odorous house ant, and the cone ant