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Genus and Species Pages

Browse genera and species of extant and fossil ants
Identify ants within a genus to species and see a checklist of species for each genus.
There are lists of ant species for every country in the world.

Fossil Ants

Behaviour

Distribution & Diversity

Morphology & Terminology

Biochemistry, Genetics & Evolution

Ecology

Human Culture & Ants

People & History

A list of Myrmecologists of the world who have described new species.

Collecting and Preparing Ants for Scientific Study

Table of Contents

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