What Does a Queen Ant Look like?

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A queen ant is larger than the other members of the colony, and has a thicker body that stands out. The abdomen is larger than the other ants, and it also posses wing muscles which are specific to their class. A queen ant's eggs grow to become wingless female ants and worker ants.
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If you wish to identify the queen ant you should look for the ant with the most complex looking thorax. Also, most of the time the queen is much larger!
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