This species of ant is found on the island of Borneo and is polymorphous: there's a large-headed "major" form, seen here, and a "minor" form.
8Re: Cephalotes Grandiosus, in the first pic of ants-- it's difficult to make sense of what I see. Are the legs missing from this specimen? It appears that only the first joint of the leg is still connected. I appreciate these photos, but more shots of each specimen would be helpful. Thanks.
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