An Anate is a sub-species in the family of Falsum griseo insectum. It is one of the most common prey in They are characterized by a slow speed movement, and can be easily outrun by an ant or more commonly, a small group of ants. It does not fight back when attacked, making it possible for a single ant to kill it with enough time. Once killed, they will drop approximately 5-7 food.

Many have claimed they appear similar to a termite alate which is how they get their name.

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Ant Development
BroodEggBroodBrood (1)LarvaBrood (1)Brood (2)PupaBrood (2)
WorkerWorker AntWorkerSoldierSoldier AntSoldierSoldierSupermajor AntSoldier

QueenQueen AntQueen

Predators (Hostile)
SpiderBlack WidowSpiderSpider2Wolf SpiderSpider2Centipede (3)CentipedeCentipede (3)

Prey (Passive)
AnateAnateAnateGoliath beetleGoliath BeetleGoliath beetle