| Community Links
- World Ant checklist: www.Antbase.org
- AntWeb. Tools for exploring the diversity and identification of ants. California Academy of Sciences
- Australian Ants Online. S. O. Shattuck & N. J. Barnett
- The Ants of North America. William and Emma Mackay. The University of Texas, El Paso.
- Ants of Costa Rica. John T. Longino, Evergreen State College
- The Ants of West Africa. Brian Taylor
- Japanese Ants Color Image Database
- Ants of Arizona
- myrmecos.net (fantastic ant photos by Alex Wild)
- Notes from Underground:
- Ants of Cowling Arboretum and McKnight Prairie. A Carleton College student project
- FORMIS: A Master Bibliography of Ant Literature
- iSpecies.org: iSpecies is a test of E O Wilson's idea of a web page for each species. Developed by Rod Page.
- ANT COURSE: A a workshop designed primarily for systematists, ecologists, behaviorists, conservation biologists, and other biologists whose research responsibilities require a greater understanding of ant taxonomy and field research techniques.
- Archetype: Ant reconstruction one homology at a time. Blog by Roberto Keller
- Phil Ward ant lab homepage.
- ANeT: An international network of ant research in Asia.
- The Ant Room: Kari Ryer myrmecology blog.
- The Global Ant Diversity Collaboration: Rob Dunn's pject to develop a database of North American studies that have considered ant communities.
- Ground Living Ants Database: This database is the accompanying Web site to the Ants: Standard Methods for Measuring and Monitoring Biodiversity book.
- The Social Insects Glossary: This glossary of entomological terms is based on Torre Bueno's Glossary, from which all terms relevant to ants, wasps, bees and termites where extracted.
- The Tree of Life Ant page
- A glossary of Surface Sculpturing: By Rick Harris, and maintained by Donat Agosti at the AMNH.
- Morphological and Functional Diversity of Ant Mandibles: Treehouse project within Ant Tree of Life.
- Checklist of Norwegian Ants. (in Norwegian - click on "SJEKKLISTE (Norges maur)" in the left column to access the checklist.)
- Ants of New Guinea (Papua New Guinea ant campaign lead by Milan Janda)
- Search GenBank for Formicidae - all records, all genes.
- RSS feed for the 10 most recent ant barcodes (feed developed by Roderic Page for NCBI taxa - at bioguid). Paste link into Google maps to see distribution of barcoded individuals.
- List of barcoded specimens of Camponotus.