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These taxa are known to be permanent parasites of other ants, but without slavery. They depend on workers of other ant species (Heinze and Kauffmann, 1993; Schulz and Sanetra, 2002; Buschinger, 2009). For further details see [[Social Parasitism]].
 
These taxa are known to be permanent parasites of other ants, but without slavery. They depend on workers of other ant species (Heinze and Kauffmann, 1993; Schulz and Sanetra, 2002; Buschinger, 2009). For further details see [[Social Parasitism]].
  
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These taxa are known to be permanent parasites of other ants, but without slavery. They depend on workers of other ant species (Heinze and Kauffmann, 1993; Schulz and Sanetra, 2002; Buschinger, 2009). For further details see Social Parasitism.