Camponotus - Alex Wild Photography
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Weaver ants construct their nests by binding leaves together using larval silk. Although the best known weavers are the old world Oecophylla, several Amazonian species in the tribe Camponotini have converged on the same lifestyle. This nest belongs to a Camponotus species.

Misahuallí, Napo, Ecuador

Weaver ants construct their nests by binding leaves together using larval silk. Although the best known weavers are the old world Oecophylla, several Amazonian species in the tribe Camponotini have converged on the same lifestyle. This nest belongs to a Camponotus species. Misahuallí, Napo, Ecuador

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