(Crazy Ant Song – Turn ON Annotations) External Ant Anatomy – AntsCanada Tutorial #24

(Crazy Ant Song – Turn ON Annotations) External Ant Anatomy – AntsCanada Tutorial #24

Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the AntsCanada Ant Anatomy Lesson 101… Here we go!!! Let’s start with the head, known as the prosoma Fastigium, clypeus, eye, discal clypeus, premalar space, and gena Frontoclypeal suture, clypeomalar suture, scape, and frontal carina Frontovertexal corner, and medial clypeal carina, clypeal flank, Here’s the antennal condyle, and there’s anteclypeus, mandible built like a tank Torrulus, temple, vertex, maxilar and labial palp, and the occular sulcus, submentum, prementum, occipital carina, inferior tooth, ectal surface… Now let’s move on to the Mesosoma… Dorsopropodeum, neck, and pronotum, anteropropodeal process posteropropodeum, and mesonotum, and the mesonotal process, yes! lateropropodeum, lateropronotum, the dorsolateral margin There’s dorsopronotum, propleuron, propodeal spine, and katepisternum The pronotal lobe, metapleural gland scrobe, metacoxae connect to trochanter Anepisternum, metapleuron, procoxa, mesocoxa, the prefemur Moving on to the leg and Metasoma Tibia, femur, and tibial spur, double claws they will hook you alive There’s the tarsomeres, aka the tarsal segments numbered, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Nodal truncation, the petiole, waiste segment found just in wasp, ants, and bees The hypopygium, pygidium, epipygium make up their hinies The cinctus, and opisthogaster, and here we have the metasomal post tergite, Here is the sternopostpetiolar process, and the metasomal sternite Let’s look at the queen with parts workers don’t have… Two tiny eyes on the frons of the queen, are called lateral ocelli, foveola, and costula, median ocellus the name of the middle eye There’s the scutum, scutellum, and the prescutellum is also known as axilla, transcutal suture, and scutoscutellar sulcus, caudal metasoma Wing scales and two pairs of wings, four wings in total with every queen and male alate, Here’s the parapsidal line, and the strigae, foveae/foveate, the striae or striate, antenna, rugocostae/rugocostate, and some have a stinger The End

65 thoughts on “(Crazy Ant Song – Turn ON Annotations) External Ant Anatomy – AntsCanada Tutorial #24”

  1. @mash92587 LOL! It's in there. Actually there are three parts mentioned that fall under the "coxa" anatomy. You hear it starting at 0:49 "The pronotal lobe…metacoxae connect to trochanter
    Anepisternum… procoxa, mesocoxa, the prefemur"

  2. i have heard a song VERY similar to this,but i dont think it had anything to do wwith ants……GRRRRRR..i cant think what it is called! where did this tune come from mikey?

  3. Its pretty good, although you must give props to the Animaniacs. they sang aplenty including a song that named the countries of the world to this tune!

  4. You my friend are insane πŸ™‚

    super singing to the max! i'm actually making a presentation for Yellow crazy ants and it brang me here, i'm totally putting this song in.

  5. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. I am not an " Ant fan". In fact every year I have one ant battle or another trying to rid them from my home and sometimes yard. Not all the yard just the ones trying to break into my house. All that aside, your knowledge concerning ants and your song are impressive. Blessings from Ontario, Canada

  7. I just watched an old vlog of your on your PinoyBoy channel from years ago titled ”a great night”. You said to look this one up cuz it went viral.

    This video is awesome! You are truly very talented.

  8. can we please have a proper english subtitle? Otherwise that was funny πŸ™‚ (Ps, Mikey, maybe you can try to narrate one of your future ant videos in as a song like this)

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