Male Ants - Alex Wild Photography
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Aphaenogaster picea.  Male ants (with wings) are rather different beasts than their sisters.  They exist solely to disperse the colony's genes, and perform no other work in the nest.

South Bristol, New York, USA

Aphaenogaster picea. Male ants (with wings) are rather different beasts than their sisters. They exist solely to disperse the colony's genes, and perform no other work in the nest. South Bristol, New York, USA

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