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Garanhuns, Pernambuco, Brazil / 12/05/2018


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#1 Offline Dark - Posted December 5 2018 - 10:05 AM

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1. Location (on a map) of collection: 

https://www.google.c...!7i13312!8i6656


2. Date of collection: 

12/06/2018


3. Habitat of collection:

I've found it in the sidewalk


4. Length (from head to gaster):

Close to 13mm


5. Color, hue, pattern and texture: 

The queen seems to be black and yellow and the gaster is more yellow than the rest of the ant


6. Distinguishing characteristics:

gets a little more yellow with the light


7. Distinguishing behavior:

I don't know


8. Nest description:

I don't know

 

9. Nuptial flight time and date:

I've found her around 4pm

 

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#2 Offline CloudtheDinosaurKing - Posted December 10 2018 - 5:19 AM

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I'm thinking a Dolichoderus bispinosus queen.


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  • Aphaenogaster carolinensis; 1 queen, >35 workers
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  • Aphaenogaster miamiana; 1 queen, >50 workers
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  • Brachyponera chinensis; 8 queens
  • Brachyponera chinensis; 1 queen, >15 workers
  • Camponotus americanus; 1 queen
  • Camponotus castaneus; 1 queen
  • Camponotus nearcticus; 4 queens
  • Camponotus nearcticus; 1 queen, >5 workers
  • Camponotus nearcticus; 1 queen, 18 workers
  • Camponotus snellingi; 2 queens
  • Camponotus snellingi; 1 queen, 33 workers
  • Colobopsis impressa; queenless for the time being, >45 workers
  • Colobopsis mississippiensis; 1 queen
  • Colobopsis mississippiensis; 1 queen, 2 workers
  • Colobopsis mississippiensis; 1 queen, >25 workers
  • Crematogaster ashmeadi; 1 queen
  • Solenopsis invicta; 10 queens
  • Strumigenys louisianae; 1 queen, 1 worker
  • Temnothorax curvispinosus; 13 queens
  • Trachymyrmex septentrionalis; 1 queen, >200 workers

 

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#3 Offline Dark - Posted December 11 2018 - 6:47 AM

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I'm thinking a Dolichoderus bispinosus queen.

I think so too.

 

Thanks for answering.


Edited by Dark, December 11 2018 - 6:48 AM.





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