We’re hosting a party for the roller derby girls, so I’m otherwise preoccupied today. Help yourself to some links, though:
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- How to Identify Queen Ants
- Rover Ants (Brachymyrmex patagonicus), an emerging pest species
- Beware the Cow-Killer
- How to Identify the Argentine Ant, Linepithema humile
- An Ant Lion in Action
- The World's Largest Ants...
- Friday Beetle Blogging: Palo Verde Beetle
- The Odorous House Ant, Tapinoma sessile
- Friday Beetle Blogging: Dynastes granti, the Western Hercules Beetle
- Dracula Ants at Myrmecos.net
- how much do social workers make a year in texas on About Alex Wild
- John Hohttp://www.pbase.com/skhin/image/143573254 on About Alex Wild
- Donald Byron Johnson on Reader question: who discovered the sex of ant workers?
- Anonymous on Update on the Rogue Taxonomist
- Ant on Arizona Daily Star covers “Planet of the Ants”
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