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#Inktober2017 Day 6 - "Sword" Fantastic ponerine ants in the species Harpegnathos saltator sometimes engage in dominance displays where females will "joust" at one another using their elongated mouth parts.
#inktober2018 If you are a gardener who likes to dig holes in the winder, you may encounter a hibernating bumblebee queen. Best to leave these ladies on their merry business when possible. Each one will found a new colony in the spring, helping to pollinate your garden and a variety of other important local plants!
#inktober2018 Asian honeybees can create a type of collective fever to fend colonies off from the predatory giant Asian hornet. When a hornet invades the nest, together the honey bees will clump onto the intruder and twitch their flight muscles, cooking the hornet alive!
#Inktober2017 Day 10 - "Gigantic" Ants come in all shapes and sizes! Naturally for the prompt "gigantic" I chose to depict the largest extant ant on earth, which is a queen ant of the army ant genus Dorylus. For scale, I put a worker ant of a famously small species (Carebara atoma) next to her for scale. Yes, it's that tiny speck right there.