Survey of the exocrine glands in workers of the ant Leptanilla clypeata View Full Text


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2022-04-30

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J. Billen, N. Vanelderen, F. Ito

ABSTRACT

Our morphological study of the exocrine system in workers of Leptanilla clypeata revealed the presence of at least 23 glands. Among these, the dorsoproximal intramandibular gland represents a novel structure for social insects. Another novel gland may exist in the ventral part of the postpetiolus; both the petiole and postpetiole contain conspicuous clusters of large gland cells. The occurrence of three epithelial glands associated with the 5th, 6th and 7th abdominal sternites clearly differs from the single sternal gland that occurs in other Leptanilla species or the related Protanilla. Several glands could be observed in the legs, although their number probably is an underrepresentation of the real situation. The function of most glands is still unknown and forms a challenge for further behavioural studies when live material of these elusive ants may become available again in future. More... »

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215-228

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