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Exocrine glands found under spongiform tissue in Strumigenys

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#1 Offline ArmansAnts - Posted August 23 2023 - 9:27 AM


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Hey guys, a few months ago a new study came out looking into spongiform tissue in Strumigenys. Some new exocrine glands were discovered, some under the spongiform itself and some between body segments. A more full study summary is on AntWire, and the study itself is linked on there.

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