Subfamily of ants including leafcutter, fire, harvester and acrobat ants.

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Ants of Germany: Myrmicinae
Interesting photographs of a number of species.
Atta sexdens
Leaf cutter ant.
Crematogaster ashmeadi
Photographs and information on this acrobat ant, its distribution, description, biology, behavior, pest status and management.
Harvester Ants
Photographs, description, life history and habits of Pogonomyrmex occidentalis (western harvester ant) and Pogonomyrmex rugulosus(rough harvester ant) .
Leaf-cutter Ant: Atta cephalotes
Photograph and information including classification, status, description, range, habitat, biology, threats and conservation.
Leafcutter Ant
Information from Wikipedia on these ants which collect leaves and feed on specialized fungi that grows on these as they decompose in the nest.
Myrmica rubra: European Fire Ant or Red Ant
Photographs and information on this ant, its distribution, description, life cycle, economic importance and management.
Myrmicinae
Information from Wikipedia on this large subfamily of ants which include leafcutter ants, acrobat ants, fire ants and some gliding ants.
Pheidole megacephala: Bigheaded Ant
Photographs and information on this ant, its distribution, description, life cycle, foraging and feeding, nest sites, pest status and management.
Pogonomyrmex
Information from Wikipedia on this genus of ants which collect and store seeds in underground nests, from which they derive food for their larvae.
Pogonomyrmex badius: Florida Harvester Ant
Photographs and information on this ant, its distribution, description, biology, economic importance and management.
Solenopsis invicta: Red Imported Fire Ant
Photograph of this species and information on its taxonomy, description, habitat and distribution, life history, community biology, physical tolerances, ecology and invasive information.
Solenopsis invicta: Red Imported Fire Ant
Photographs and information on this ant, its distribution, identification, biology, life cycle, multiple queen colonies, economic importance, management and biological control.
Wasmannia auropunctata: Little Fire Ant
Photographs and information on this species and a map showing its distribution in Florida.
Wasmannia auropunctata: Little Fire Ant
Photographs and information on this small ant, its distribution, description, nesting habits, economic importance, survey and management.
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