Little creatures that run the world: Bringing ants to a wider audience
|Little creatures that run the world: Bringing ants to a wider audience|
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|Keyword(s)||ants, Antwiki, collaboration, Formicidae, Hymenoptera, systematics, taxonomies, wikis (Extra: Taxonomies, Technology, ants, Antwiki, collaboration, Formicidae, Hymenoptera, systematics, wikis, Information science)|
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Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) are among the most ubiquitous and successful creatures on earth. They are the subject of research by ant biologists worldwide, and with over 8,800 identified species, access to quality information is important for those researchers. AntWiki (http://www.antwiki.org/) was created originally as an online listing of all ant taxonomists and their papers, and librarians have assisted the project by finding, scanning, and uploading articles and contributing to a page on Human Culture and Ants. © Dorothy Barr.
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