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Myrmecia rubripes

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Myrmecia rubripes is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. This species is native to Australia. Their distribution is mainly in Western Australia.[2]

Average lengths for a worker is 19-21 millimetres. The head and thorax is in a black colour; antennae, and other features are mainly red. The mandibles are a yellow colour.[3]

References

  1. ^ "Myrmecia rubripes (Clark, 1951)". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved 13 March 2014.
  2. ^ "Myrmecia rubripes Clark, 1951". Atlas of Living Australia. Govt of Australia. Retrieved 13 March 2014.
  3. ^ Clark, John (1951). The Formicidae of Australia (Volume 1) (PDF). Melbourne: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia. pp. 34–35.
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Myrmecia rubripes: Brief Summary

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Myrmecia rubripes is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. This species is native to Australia. Their distribution is mainly in Western Australia.

Average lengths for a worker is 19-21 millimetres. The head and thorax is in a black colour; antennae, and other features are mainly red. The mandibles are a yellow colour.

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