There are wide varieties of bugs, either their nymph or adult forms that will attract ants. The ants protect the bugs from their predators and in return, the bugs. Image is of ant (Dolichoderus thoracicus) adult(s). It is by Eli Sarnat. Abstract. The Dolichoderus thoracicus (Smith) has seriously infested urban, village, and agricultural environments in Taiwan. To develop.

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Bilateria bilaterally symmetrical animals. Family Formicidae ants, fourmis. Infraspecies Dolichoderus thoracicus bilikanus.

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Infraspecies Dolichoderus thoracicus borneonensis. Infraspecies Dolichoderus thoracicus emarginatus.

Infraspecies Dolichoderus thoracicus lacciperdus. Infraspecies Dolichoderus thoracicus levior. Infraspecies Dolichoderus thoracicus nasutus.

Infraspecies Dolichoderus thoracicus rufescens. Infraspecies Dolichoderus thoracicus thoracicus. Connect with us Help us improve the site by taking our survey. Classification Kingdom Animalia animals Animalia: The ADW Team gratefully acknowledges their support.