The following is a description for antfolk:
Antfolk are an intelligent species native to an area of Africa, most likely the Congo, and are technically a species of ant. Their description is "abnormally large (4 to 6 inch long adult females on average, and 0.8 to 1.1 inch long males at largest) winged ants with three fingered claw like structures on their two front limbs, significantly better eyesight, and the ability to reproduce human speech and other sounds with the skill of a parrot.(doesnt really matter how, but its used to lure some prey and scare predators) better abilities for respiration than most normal insects thanks to having a more amphibious lifestyle. queens have lost the ability to produce highly mutated clone males, so they require males born from other queens or workers. reproducing workers can only do so sexually, not asexually, and only produce males. males produced by queens will have the desire to reproduce with workers, and males produced from workers have the desire to reproduce with queens, to maximize genetic diversity.". Resistant to the majority of poisonous substances, and with average lifespans of 16 years, upper bound of 30. It should be noted that they live exclusively in supercolonies, and each non-queen female is capable of reproducing, but only once in their lifetime.
Is there any way at all that these could evolve on earth? What would motivate their evolution? If they can't evolve some traits in the way described, what details should be changed or removed? Please let me know what additional details are needed, if any.