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Questions? Comments? Contact me: alwild -at- myrmecos.net Recent Photographs Recent Posts All text and images appearing on myrmecos.net, except where indicated, are copyrighted © 2002 - 2013 Alexander Wild. Keep Myrmecos Ad Free! For those of you in Austin, Texas, I will be giving a talk on Monday about my research on Argentine ants, as well as an overview of a new fire ant social evolution project.

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