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Leaf-cutter Ant (Atta sp)
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Leaf-cutter ants (Acromyrmex) on their way with food to their burrow, La Amistad National Park, Selva Bananito, Central America, Costa Rica, Central America
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Leaf Cutter Ant - with leaf (Atta cephalotes)
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Leaf Cutter ANT - shows cut in leaf (Atta cephalotes)
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Leaf-cutter Ant (Atta sp)
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Leaf-cutting Ants carrying leaves back to their underground nests, range: North, Central & South America (digital composite)
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Leaf-cutter Ants, Panama (Atta sp.), Sequence, 1 of 3
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Leaf-Cutter ANT - dragging a leaf (Atta cephalotes)
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Leaf-cutter Ants, Panama (Atta sp.), Sequence, 3 of 3
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Leaf Cutter Ant - soldier and worker ants
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Leaf Cutter Ants, Panama
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Leaf-cutter ants (Acromyrmex) queen being tended by her workers, La Amistad National Park, Selva Bananito, Central America, Costa Rica, Central America
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Azteca Ants attacking Leafcutter Ant
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Leaf-cutting Ants carrying leaves back to their underground nests, range: North, Central & South America (digital composite)
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Leafcutter Ant (Atta sp.) adults, worker carrying cut leaf with guard, on rainforest floor, Peruvian Amazon, Peru, September
Leaf-cutting Ants
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Leafcutter ants carry sections of leaves larger than their own bodies in order to cultivate fungus for food at their colony in the rain forest near La Selva...
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Leafcutter ants carry sections of leaves larger than their own bodies in order to cultivate fungus for food at their colony in the rain forest near La Selva...
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Leaf-cutting Ants carrying leaves back to their underground nests, range: North, Central & South America (digital composite)
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