At 2:00pm Eastern Time today, The Ant Network won the Audience Awards video contest by a mere 34 votes. With […]
I look at an ant and I see myself: a native South African, endowed by nature with a […]
As we highlighted on Thursday, anybody interested in bringing ants to a wider audience must vote for The […]
The Daily Ant has received an exciting photo from an anonymous source: This picture was taken in San […]
It may be Friday the 13th, but this article is talking about some lucky ants. Canopy ants, in particular. Ants that forage in trees exhibit a high level of ecological dominance, and ants are usually the most conspicuous organisms running around on tree trunks and branches, especially in tropical forests. This begs the question: Why? Dr. Terry McGlynn and Erica Parra, in a paper published last year, set out to address this question.
The Daily Ant has been a little promotional this week, but why stop now? There is another noble […]
A PhD candidate at Penn State, João Araújo, studies the zombie ant fungus, Ophiocordyceps. Check out some of his […]
I just completed a 4-minute lightning talk on my recent work with Dr. Corrie Moreau on defensive trait evolution […]
A video message from Baton Rouge!
With our editor-in-chief in Louisiana, our thoughts have naturally turned to Louisiana and ants. We therefore stumbled upon […]
We’re ok with hamming it up for ants:
The Daily Ant would like to report that our Editor-in-Chief is in transit to attend the SSB 2017 Standalone Meeting […]