Anatomy of Ants
The Three Parts Of An Ants Body
I know many people have the confusion as to why we ants have two stomachs the ansawer is simple there are no two stomachs the thorax enables the us to move about it contains prothorax, mesothorax and matethorax where the legs are .The abdomen is where the main organs of an ant exsist which helps us in communication and defance and of course the head where the the mouthparts eyes and antennae enabling us of our sensory abilities
The Gaster of the Ants
In the gaster of an ant, its digestive system, weoponry complex of atoms, and even its heart is located. The weoponry can either be small gaps at the highest point of the gaster through which the ant can can maintain the safety of itself or stun spray, or it can be a biting chemical quality called a sting .
The Mesosoma of a Worker Ant
The workers amongst us ants' second body portion, which is given the name of mesosoma, is crowded with strong bodily connected tissues which support six legs. The legs have a structure which is specificated for move by the legs at rapid clip. At the rear side of every leg of every leg is a buttoned cloven hoof that is deployed to go up by physical effort and lynch on to objects.
The Petiole or Post-Petiole of an Ant
The petiole or it could be post-petiole in some ants is quite important as it reflects diversity, and differenciates ants from the many other insects in the world. This part of the ants body is located in the middle of the mesosoma and the gaster about which we have just told you. This petiole, or in some ants post-petiole gives an easily-bent intersection which permits the ant to flex itself towards the front to spray, or cause injury through its biting chemical quality.
About the Exoskeleton
The exoskeleton which is the hard external covering of an ant's body gives advocacy,defense, and an obstruction for the water to come out of the body.
An ant has two stomachs.The anterior stomach is called the crop which is used to store liquid food.Then thier is a stomach that is behind the crop stomach and that is the real stomach of an ant.Ants usally carry liquid food in thier crop.It is used to store liquid food.It is said to be an other stomach for an ant.Then they take thier liquid food like honey to thier nest and then share the honey with other ants till the crop is emptied and then they again go to find thier food in leaves.