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Winter Ants (Prenolepis imparis) tending nymphs of the Two-Marked Treehopper (Enchenopa binotata) on a Viburnum leaf, Southern Appalachians South Carolina, USA, April  -  Clay Bolt/ npl
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90412328 Winter Ants (Prenolepis imparis) tending nymphs of the Two-Marked Treehopper (Enchenopa binotata) on a Viburnum leaf, Southern Appalachians South Carolina, USA, April© Clay Bolt / NPL
Winter Ants (Prenolepis imparis) tending nymphs of the Two-Marked Treehopper (Enchenopa binotata) on a Viburnum leaf, Southern Appalachians South Carolina, USA, April  -  Clay Bolt/ npl
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90412322 Winter Ants (Prenolepis imparis) tending nymphs of the Two-Marked Treehopper (Enchenopa binotata) on a Viburnum leaf, Southern Appalachians South Carolina, USA, April© Clay Bolt / NPL
Winter Ants (Prenolepis imparis) tending nymphs of the Two-Marked Treehopper (Enchenopa binotata) on a Viburnum leaf, Southern Appalachians South Carolina, USA, April  -  Clay Bolt/ npl
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90412321 Winter Ants (Prenolepis imparis) tending nymphs of the Two-Marked Treehopper (Enchenopa binotata) on a Viburnum leaf, Southern Appalachians South Carolina, USA, April© Clay Bolt / NPL
Winter Ants (Prenolepis imparis) tending nymphs of the Two-Marked Treehopper (Enchenopa binotata) Southern Appalachians South Carolina, USA, May  -  Clay Bolt/ npl
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90412319 Winter Ants (Prenolepis imparis) tending nymphs of the Two-Marked Treehopper (Enchenopa binotata) Southern Appalachians South Carolina, USA, May© Clay Bolt / NPL
Winter Ants (Prenolepis imparis) feeding on secretions from lepidopteran egg on oak Southern Appalachians, South Carolina, USA, April  -  Clay Bolt/ npl
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90412311 Winter Ants (Prenolepis imparis) feeding on secretions from lepidopteran egg on oak Southern Appalachians, South Carolina, USA, April© Clay Bolt / NPL
River Ant at sunset, Norfolk Broads, UK, Winter  -  Ernie Janes/ npl
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90377037 River Ant at sunset, Norfolk Broads, UK, Winter© Ernie Janes / NPL
Green Woodpecker (Picus viridis) male in snow with apple The ants on his beak are from a previous attack on an ant nest Hertfordshire, England, UK February  -  Andy Sands/ npl
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90376624 Green Woodpecker (Picus viridis) male in snow with apple The ants on his beak are from a previous attack on an ant nest Hertfordshire, England, UK February© Andy Sands / NPL
Mute swan (Cygnus olor) on the River Ant at sunset, How Hill, Norfolk, UK, Winter  -  Ernie Janes/ npl
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90359238 Mute swan (Cygnus olor) on the River Ant at sunset, How Hill, Norfolk, UK, Winter© Ernie Janes / NPL
Old Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) tree in meadow of ant hills covered in frost Gilfach Farm SSSI, Radnorshire Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve, Wales, UK, November 2010  -  David Woodfall/ npl
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90302013 Old Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) tree in meadow of ant hills covered in frost Gilfach Farm SSSI, Radnorshire Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve, Wales, UK, November 2010© David Woodfall / NPL
Ant (Linepithema iniquum) introduced species, tropical tramp species originally from South America, established in hothouses in Europe, adult worker, on banana stem in hothouse, National Botanic Garde...  -  Richard Becker/ FLPA
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80186107 Ant (Linepithema iniquum) introduced species, tropical tramp species originally from South America, established in hothouses in Europe, adult worker, on banana stem in hothouse, National Botanic Garde...© Richard Becker / FLPA
Ant (Linepithema iniquum) introduced species, tropical tramp species originally from South America, established in hothouses in Europe, adult workers, on banana stem in hothouse, National Botanic Gard...  -  Richard Becker/ FLPA
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80186106 Ant (Linepithema iniquum) introduced species, tropical tramp species originally from South America, established in hothouses in Europe, adult workers, on banana stem in hothouse, National Botanic Gard...© Richard Becker / FLPA
Ant (Linepithema iniquum) introduced species, tropical tramp species originally from South America, established in hothouses in Europe, adult worker, on stem in hothouse, National Botanic Gardens of W...  -  Richard Becker/ FLPA
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80186105 Ant (Linepithema iniquum) introduced species, tropical tramp species originally from South America, established in hothouses in Europe, adult worker, on stem in hothouse, National Botanic Gardens of W...© Richard Becker / FLPA
Yellow Meadow Ant (Lasius flavus) ant-hills, on chalk downland habitat, Winklebury Hill, Wiltshire, Wiltshire, England, February  -  Bob Gibbons/ FLPA
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80174115 Yellow Meadow Ant (Lasius flavus) ant-hills, on chalk downland habitat, Winklebury Hill, Wiltshire, Wiltshire, England, February© Bob Gibbons / FLPA
Burning cut reeds in reedbed habitat, How Hill, River Ant, The Broads National Park, Norfolk, England, march  -  David Burton/ FLPA
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80146497 Burning cut reeds in reedbed habitat, How Hill, River Ant, The Broads National Park, Norfolk, England, march© David Burton / FLPA
Misty morning along river, with thatched boathouse and windpump, River Ant, Ludham, The Broads National Park, Norfolk, England, winter  -  Simon Litten/ FLPA
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80067380 Misty morning along river, with thatched boathouse and windpump, River Ant, Ludham, The Broads National Park, Norfolk, England, winter© Simon Litten / FLPA
Carpenter Ant (Camponotus pennsylvanicus) In snow, Michigan, U.S.A., February  -  Larry West/ FLPA
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80024475 Carpenter Ant (Camponotus pennsylvanicus) In snow, Michigan, U.S.A., February© Larry West / FLPA
Black Earth-tongue (Geoglossum fallax) fruiting body, growing on anthill in acid grassland, Dunster Deer Park, Dunster, Exmoor N.P., Somerset, England, December
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80192939 Black Earth-tongue (Geoglossum fallax) fruiting body, growing on anthill in acid grassland, Dunster Deer Park, Dunster, Exmoor N.P., Somerset, England, December© Bob Gibbons
Yellow Meadow Ant (Lasius flavus) anthills, on ancient pasture habitat, Dunster Deer Park, Dunster, Exmoor N.P., Somerset, England, December
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80192918 Yellow Meadow Ant (Lasius flavus) anthills, on ancient pasture habitat, Dunster Deer Park, Dunster, Exmoor N.P., Somerset, England, December© Bob Gibbons
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