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Discover which exotic species are present in your state!


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#1 Offline Macro_Ants - Posted February 15 2019 - 9:15 AM

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So everyone already knows how to go on antweb and find out which native species you can expect to see in any state, but what about exotic species? Some states such as Florida are missing like 1/3 of the list if you don’t include exotic species. I wanted a solution to this, so I went ahead and made a quick tool that shows you which exotic species are in your state.

Let me know if it helped you find some species you didn’t know were in your state!


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#2 Offline Thebrute99 - Posted February 19 2019 - 1:03 AM

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I’m going to have to try this out very neat.
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#3 Offline Macro_Ants - Posted February 19 2019 - 8:39 AM

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Thanks! My state only ended up having one exotic species, but I recently visited Hawaii and it was very helpful since they have 0 native species.
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