Weaver Ants at work constructing a fresh nest. First, they pull the ends
and edges of tree leaves together using their legs and mandibles, often with
workers forming living bridges between the ends, until they are attached.
Whilst holding this position other worker ants then sew or weave the leaves
together by pressing their silk-producing larvae against the edges in
alternation, using the sticky larval silk as a glue.
List of Thai Insect Names.
See also WILDLIFE PICTURES