The Bull ant is one in all the biggest estimated types of ants in Australia and generally measures about 15-36mm long. It’s also known as a Bull Ant or Jumper Ant, is dark red/dark in colour and has long, recognisable mandibles which make them instantly identifiable with big eyes.
The Bull Ant or bulldog ant is one of the most frequent ant species in Australia as they measure around 15 to 36 mm in length. They are known to have two colours, black and red and has a distinct appearance. They have long and straight mandibles and a stinger filled with venom and massive eyes.
As one of the exclusive Australian ant species, they can be found all over the states. Usually, they are found outdoors and construct their homes underground. They also can build a nest in an emptied tree trunk or spoiled log. Their nest is sometimes hard to find as it includes a tiny opening that’s covered with plants or debris. They will attack any intruder who approaches their home.
Known for its competitive character, Bull cats create an extreme, venom-filled sting which causes terrible pain for the victim. They’re horrendous when they feel their home is assaulted or destroyed. Their bite/sting can also cause allergic reactions in people that can be life-threatening. The Bull ant uses its venom to incapacitate its prey.
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