1. Formica sanguinea (species of red wood ant)Usually written using kana alone
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2. Formica sanguineaFormica sanguinea is a species of slavemaker ant. It ranges from Central and Northern Europe through Russia to Japan, China, and the Korean Peninsula. This species is colored red and black with workers up to 7 mm long. Its common name comes from their practice of enslaving other species of ants. A colony of F. sanguinea can live either by itself or as a social parasite on certain other Formica species. In the latter case, a fertilized F.
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