How Do Ants Mate?


Most ant species mate once a year. The breeding males of a colony will seek a suitable breeding area. They then secrete a pheromone to attract the females into a mating flight. When the flight is over, the females will find a new colony site and lay their eggs. You can find more information here: http://en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Ants
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The proper question is "How do Ant colonies mate." An ant is a superorganism. Perhaps a higher form of evolution than we, because the colony as a whole is alive. Embed Quote
yes evry one does!
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