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ANTAntenna
ANTAntarctica
ANTAAN (Army After Next) Net Technology
ANTAnterior
ANTAnthropology
ANTAntigua (ETR)
ANTNetherlands Antilles (ISO Country code)
ANTAntiquities
ANTAntagonist (video game website)
ANTApplied New Technologies (Germany)
ANTActor-Network Theory
ANTAntrim (county of Ulster)
ANTAcid Neutralization Tank
ANTAntonym
ANTAdvanced Nuclear Technology (various locations)
ANTAdvanced Network Technology (various locations)
ANTAction News Team
ANTActor Network Theory
ANTAdvanced Network Tools
ANTAdvanced New Technology
ANTAdvanced Network Technology
ANTAnime No Tomodachi
ANTAdenine Nucleotide Translocator
ANTAltered Nuclear Transfer
ANTAids to Navigation Team
ANTAnother Neat Tool
ANTAssociazione Nazionale Tumori (Italy: National Cancer Association)
ANTAssociation of Nail Technicians (UK)
ANTAme No Tsuki (French animated series)
ANTAutomatic Negative Thought
ANTADSL Network Termination
ANTAutoritatea Nationala pentru Turism (Romania)
ANTAutoNetworks Technologies, Ltd. (Japan)
ANTAirspace and Navigation Team
ANTBlue Antimora
ANTAccess Network Transport
ANTAlgorithmic Noise-Tolerance
ANTAssistencia Nacional aos Tuberculosos (Portuguese Anti-Tuberculosis Group)
ANTAutonomous Negotiating Team
ANTAnorthosite-Norite-Troctolite
ANTAdvanced Navigation Trainer
ANTActive Name Table
ANTAbstract of New Technology
ANTAnalogue Network Terminator (ISDN)
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References in classic literature ?
One of the strongest instances of an animal apparently performing an action for the sole good of another, with which I am acquainted, is that of aphides voluntarily yielding their sweet excretion to ants: that they do so voluntarily, the following facts show.
I will select only three, out of the several which I shall have to discuss in my future work,--namely, the instinct which leads the cuckoo to lay her eggs in other birds' nests; the slave-making instinct of certain ants; and the comb-making power of the hive-bee: these two latter instincts have generally, and most justly, been ranked by naturalists as the most wonderful of all known instincts.
fusca); sometimes as many as three of these ants clinging to the legs of the slave-making F.
flava, with a few of these little yellow ants still clinging to the fragments of the nest.
sanguinea, and found a number of these ants entering their nest, carrying the dead bodies of F.
But as ants, which are not slave-makers, will, as I have seen, carry off pupae of other species, if scattered near their nests, it is possible that pupae originally stored as food might become developed; and the ants thus unintentionally reared would then follow their proper instincts, and do what work they could.
(Ant. 1) On the Labdacidae I see descending Woe upon woe; from days of old some god Laid on the race a malison, and his rod Scourges each age with sorrows never ending.
(Ant. 2) Hope flits about never-wearying wings; Profit to some, to some light loves she brings, But no man knoweth how her gifts may turn, Till 'neath his feet the treacherous ashes burn.
This type includes Terro Liquid Ant Baits ($4.97 for six) and Raid Ant Baits ($5.27 for eight), both at Home Depot.
The Florida ant species, known as Formica archboldi, revealed some of its decor secrets in a study conducted by North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and North Carolina State University scientist Adrian Smith, according to a statement.
"There's a positive feedback between how successful an ant is and her tendency to repeat the task," said Ofer Feinerman, a physicist who studies ants.