Notes on a deformed worker of the ant genus Iridomyrmex (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
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A deformed worker of Iridomyrmex sp. 21 (ANIC) is described and the cause of the deformity is postulated.
The Australian Entomological Magazine is published by the Entomological Society of Queensland.
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