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Know about The Weaver Ants and Pack rat by Vikram kumar





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Weaver Ants consume any small creatures they can find, but they're particularly drawn to nectar. This weaver ants do not need a stinger, but inflict a sore bite which will be aggravated by annoying chemicals that are secreted from the abdomen.

Nest-building: The weaver Ants' nests make the most the complex ants' nests. This ants use living leaves to make nests. These provide well camouflaged protection from predators and the elements. To make their neat home, chains of technician ants form over the edge and take the edges collectively by shortening the chain by one ant at a time. Once the edges are in place, a great ant holds one of their larvae in its mandibles and gently squeezes it and so the larvae produces silk. The silk is used to glue the leaf edges collectively. The larvae have special glands to make a lot of strong silk. The adults do not produce silk.

A colony may be dispersed over several nests which may be put into various locations in the tree, as well as span several timber. The queen is found in one nest and her eggs are distributed to the other nests.

The ability of simple-minded ants to co-ordinate on these kinds of complex tasks has been studied for programs in robotics. If your ants', behavior could possibly be better understood, straightforward cheap robots could possibly be built that may handle complex responsibilities.

Role in the habitat: The weaver Ants are subjugated by plant life and animals. Other plants like the Sea Hibiscus secrete nectar inside their leaves to catch the attention of these ants, which often protect the eating from insect leaf. The foul bite from the ants also tries big herbivores. A different plant that does exactly the same is the Great Morinda. Weaver Ants' nests in many cases are found in those two plants at the Sungei Buloh Park.

Some other animals also use the Weaver Ant's lovely tooth. Some caterpillars of the Lycaenidae and Noctuidae butterfly family secrete a sweetie dew that appeals to these ants to protect them. Some of these caterpillars are far more sinister and make use of their bribe to get entry into the ant's nest and devour their larvae! Many jumping spiders look and most importantly, aroma like ants, and in their disguise, type in the ant's home to devour all of them and their larvae.

Standing and threats: Weaver Ish eggs (i.e. age pupae) are harvested and sold in markets in Thailand plus the Philippines. The taste of the pupae has been described as creamy. The adults may also be eaten, their own taste has been described as lemony or frothy and sour. This Dayaks in Borneo mixture adult ants with their rice for flavoring. Obviously, collecting these fiercely biting ants requires very good technique!

The ancient Chinese as early as in 300 AD, exploited the voracious hungers of Weaver ants by using them to manage insect pests in their citrus orchards. This practice has been revived like a cheaper means of growing fruit (which will then be sold as a quality natural and organic fruit), and dealing with Pack rat insects that have developed resistance to insecticides.

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