Formicinae is a subfamily of ants. They have a waist with a single segment: the petiole. This is a scale or node like. The gaster has five segments visible from above in females. The sting is absent and the anal aperture is pointed and fringed with hairs: the acidopore. Formic acid is produced and can be emitted from the acidopore.
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