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A spoonful of fried weaver ants of the Oecophylla genus, near Angkor Wat, Cambodia. They are shaken from their nests in the trees, caught in baskets on long poles, then stir-fried quickly over high heat. (Man Eating Bugs: The Art and Science of Eating Insects page 54. See also page 6)

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A spoonful of fried weaver ants of the Oecophylla genus, near Angkor Wat, Cambodia. They are shaken from their nests in the trees, caught in baskets on long poles, then stir-fried quickly over high heat. (Man Eating Bugs: The Art and Science of Eating Insects page 54. See also page 6)