Anticorn ears are small and most commonly floppy. They have excellent hearing for the sound of rustling candy wrappers.
Anticorn horns usually have a smooth surface, though this apparently is largely dependent on the hive queen's traits. The horn is tough and difficult to break, and used both as an antenna and a weapon.
Anticorns have single long prehensile tails that end in a single tip. It acts as an extra limb, often used to prod objects or carry them.
Anticorns are able to manifest small magic wings at various points on their body. These wings aid in mobility and short-term flight.
Magic wings can be shown or hidden at will. They're translucent and may sparkle/give off particles. They don't necessarily have to be bird wing-shaped and can take the form of insect wings or even appear as fire or other shapes, as long as they're vaguely wing-shaped. Magic wings aren't solid and will pass through things; only queen ants may have solid wings.
The following are valid wings:
Wing positions for each ant are fixed, i.e., they will always show wings in the same places each time. The possible locations (symmetrical, one wing on each side of the body) are as shown here:
Horns are like antennae to anticorns; snapping them off causes them to lose balance and be unable to communicate with other ants.
The standard number of horns is 1, but occasionally more are observed. This does not seem to affect their communication abilities, but certainly increases their destructive abilities.