Myrmicaria brunnea is a species of ant that is native to southern Asia. They have a distinctive down-curved abdomen and spines on the thorax.
If this species feels threatened, it raises its gaster and uses their strong chemical defenses. They use to visit flowers and collect flowerjuice from different plants e.g mango or passiflora.
Subfamily: Myrmicinae Tribe: Myrmicariini
|Temperature:||68 - 86℉ (20 - 30℃)|
|Humidity:||30 - 50%|
|Feeding:||Small Insect, Fruit|