Crazy ants can fight off fire ants, new study shows – Houston Chronicle

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Houston Chronicle
In the bug-eat-bug world of insect rivalry, the Rasberry crazy ant has a leg up on its bitter rival, the fierce-stinging fire ant. While the fire ants’ poison is up to three times as toxic as DDT, the crazy ants – first spotted in Texas 12 years ago – pack a built-in antidote
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