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In ca. 150 species of queenless ants, a specialized queen caste is rare or absent, and mated workers take over the role of the… Expand Ant larvae may increase their fitness by trying to increase their food intake, since adult morphology and quality depend on… Expand Gnamptogenys menadensis (subfamily Ponerinae) foragers use chemical trails to home to their nests. Although prey capture and… Expand Gnamptogenys moelleri nests in bromeliads and feeds on an array of food items, including dead and live animals, and nectar. Field… Expand SummaryThis study provides quantitative field data on the natural history and foraging behaviour of the Neotropical bromeliad… Expand Gnamptogenys menadensis is an arboreal nester that forages opportunistically almost exclusively on vegetation, sometimes… Expand In queenless ants, workers compete aggressively to be reproductives instead of sterile helpers. To limit the number of… Expand Gnamptogenys striatula is a polygynous ponerine ant, whose colonies contain either several differentiated queens or several… Expand The majority of colonies of Gnamptogenys menadensis in Sulawesi lack queens and several workers ('gamergates') mate and reproduce… Expand Most colonies (thirty-five out of thirty-seven) of the ant Gnamptogenys menadensis (Mayr) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Ponerinae… Expand