Harpegnathos saltator (Indian jumping ant, DR-91) (Hsal_v8.5)

About Harpegnathos saltator

Harpegnathos saltator, sometimes called the Indian jumping ant (Harpegnathos saltator) or Jerdon's jumping ant, is a species of ant found in India. They have long mandibles and have the ability to leap a few inches. They are large-eyed and active predators that hunt mainly in the early morning. The colonies are small and the difference between workers and queens is very slight.

Picture credit: Public domain via Wikimedia Commons (Image source) Taxonomy ID 610380

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Taxonomy ID 610380

Data source University of Pennsylvania

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Genome assembly: Hsal_v8.5

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