How long does the queen ant live for - WTF fun facts

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Queen Ants Will Sacrifice Colony to Retain Throne...A mighty struggle for ultimate power, with calls of "death to the queen" answered by armies of workers, is routine in some ant colonies. Queen ants are therefore sometimes forced to take care of themselves rather than look out for the good of their colonies, a new study suggests. Queen ants will do whatever it takes to be the last one standing, even if it means producing fewer young workers to the detriment of the collective.

Queen Ant Will Sacrifice Colony to Retain Throne

The third queen in the bugs category is the ant Queen

green ant Queen... A queen ant is an adult, reproducing female ant in an ant colony..Queen ants have one of the longest life spans of any known insect .. up to 28 years in captivity

A queen ant is an adult, reproducing female ant in an ant colony.Queen ants have one of the longest life spans of any known insect . up to 28 years in captivity

Parasitic butterfly larvae mimic queen ant to avoid detection

Parasitic butterfly larvae mimic queen ant to avoid detection

Alcon Caterpillars communicate with ants by mimicking the sounds made by the Queen ant. When the caterpillar is found the ants return it back to the nest and care for it as if it is the queen, sometimes even killing their actual queen as an intruder.

Some queen ants have wings, though they usually get rid of the wings when they are giving birth. The wings make the queen ant very powerful, and to several people it can look like a bee or hornet!

Some queen ants have wings, though they usually get rid of the wings when they are giving birth. The wings make the queen ant very powerful, and to several people it can look like a bee or hornet!

Black garden ant (Lasius niger) workers with pupae and winged queen ants about to leave the nest

Flying ant day 'a summer myth'

The idea of a UK flying ant day, an annual event when swarms of flying ants emerge and take to the air in mass mating flights, is a "myth", scientists say.

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