The exocrine system of Aneuretus simoni (Formicidae, Aneuretinae)

Johan Billen
This paper reviews the morphology of the 11 exocrine glands that we found in Aneuretus simoni workers. In comparison with their stingless sister group Dolichoderinae, the stinging A. simoni has a well-developed venom gland with long and slender secretory filaments. They also share the occurrence of Pavan’s gland as source of the trail pheromone, although this gland has a bilobed appearance in Aneuretus, while it only has one lobe in dolichoderine species. The intramandibular gland...
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