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#1 Offline Seikonosekai25 - Posted June 11 2019 - 10:07 AM

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1.Chatsworth CA
2.06/10/2019
3.Ranches but found on concrete in warehouse
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5.One is red with black gaster. The other is all black with triangle shaped head
6.no noticible distinguishable parts.
7.The black one tends to shake its gaster and the red one sits on top of the cotton ball with water .
8. Could not find nest
9.Red one flight time was 11:30pm 06/10/2019. Black one was around 12:50am 06/11/2019
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#2 Offline Martialis - Posted June 11 2019 - 10:10 AM

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Uh, we can't access your photo.

 

Upload a photo using this topic as guidance: http://www.formicult...hotos-properly/


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#3 Offline Acutus - Posted June 11 2019 - 10:11 AM

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1.Chatsworth CA
2.06/10/2019
3.Ranches but found on concrete in warehouse
4.?
5.One is red with black gaster. The other is all black with triangle shaped head
6.no noticible distinguishable parts.
7.The black one tends to shake its gaster and the red one sits on top of the cotton ball with water .
8. Could not find nest
9.Red one flight time was 11:30pm 06/10/2019. Black one was around 12:50am 06/11/2019
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 Welcome to the Forum and Congratulations on your Ants!  :yahoo:

We're gonna need some type of picture though to even try an ID. :D


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#4 Offline Seikonosekai25 - Posted June 11 2019 - 10:31 AM

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#5 Offline Martialis - Posted June 11 2019 - 10:52 AM

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We need some closer ones than that, unfortunately.


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#6 Offline Acutus - Posted June 11 2019 - 10:57 AM

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And please read the post about posting pics. Many here aren't going to follow the link to see. They wanna see in the post. :)


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Camponotus chromaiodes

Camponotus castaneus

Camponotus pennsylvanicus

Aphaenogaster "NOT tennesseensis" fulva


#7 Offline AntsBC - Posted June 11 2019 - 11:08 AM

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The first photo looks to be a Crematogaster queen. 

 

The second photo looks to be a Solenopsis queen, possibly Solenopsis xyloni.

 

Considering the quality of those photos and the fact that you did not supply any measurements, I can't really identify those ants properly.

 

Next time, please follow the correct ID template and embed your photos. It's really not that complicated.

 

We're not trying to give you a hard time by asking you to do these things, we ask you so we can do the best job possible to help you.


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#8 Offline ANTMOON - Posted June 11 2019 - 11:25 AM

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The first photo looks to be a Crematogaster queen. 

 

The second photo looks to be a Solenopsis queen, possibly Solenopsis xyloni.

 

Considering the quality of those photos and the fact that you did not supply any measurements, I can't really identify those ants properly.

 

Next time, please follow the correct ID template and embed your photos. It's really not that complicated.

 

We're not trying to give you a hard time by asking you to do these things, we ask you so we can do the best job possible to help you.

 


Edited by ANTMOON, June 11 2019 - 11:31 AM.


#9 Offline Ant_Dude2908 - Posted June 11 2019 - 11:41 AM

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Edited by Ant_Dude2908, June 11 2019 - 12:45 PM.


#10 Offline Acutus - Posted June 11 2019 - 11:47 AM

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The first photo looks to be a Crematogaster queen. 
 
The second photo looks to be a Solenopsis queen, possibly Solenopsis xyloni.
 
Considering the quality of those photos and the fact that you did not supply any measurements, I can't really identify those ants properly.
 
Next time, please follow the correct ID template and embed your photos. It's really not that complicated.
 
We're not trying to give you a hard time by asking you to do these things, we ask you so we can do the best job possible to help you.


Solenopsis xyloni (to my knowledge) are not found anywhere near Australia.

 

This post is from California!!  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:


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#11 Offline ponerinecat - Posted June 11 2019 - 12:25 PM

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orange one looks like solenopsis. the second one is hard, as the picture looks like a male but the shape in the background of the first photo looks like a queen and the head is too large.



#12 Offline Ant_Dude2908 - Posted June 11 2019 - 12:45 PM

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The first photo looks to be a Crematogaster queen. 
 
The second photo looks to be a Solenopsis queen, possibly Solenopsis xyloni.
 
Considering the quality of those photos and the fact that you did not supply any measurements, I can't really identify those ants properly.
 
Next time, please follow the correct ID template and embed your photos. It's really not that complicated.
 
We're not trying to give you a hard time by asking you to do these things, we ask you so we can do the best job possible to help you.


Solenopsis xyloni (to my knowledge) are not found anywhere near Australia.
This post is from California!!  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:

OMG. I'm OFFICIALLY STUPID. (There was another request that looked like this one, but from Australia...)

:facepalm: :facepalm: :facepalm:
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#13 Offline NickAnter - Posted June 12 2019 - 5:58 AM

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Second one looks like a male to me, abdomen is way too small compared to the head. The brown one.

Edited by NickAnter, June 12 2019 - 6:02 AM.

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Camponotus hyatti (1, single queen, 1 worker.)                     "Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground." -Theodore Roosevelt

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Hoping to get soon:Camponotus fragilis,Lasius pallitarsis and brevicornis,Formica argentea,Stigmatomma pallipes/oregonense and Pogonomyrmex californicus.


#14 Offline ANTMOON - Posted June 25 2019 - 6:21 PM

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The first photo looks to be a Crematogaster queen.

The second photo looks to be a Solenopsis queen, possibly Solenopsis xyloni.

Considering the quality of those photos and the fact that you did not supply any measurements, I can't really identify those ants properly.

Next time, please follow the correct ID template and embed your photos. It's really not that complicated.

We're not trying to give you a hard time by asking you to do these things, we ask you so we can do the best job possible to help you.


Edited by ANTMOON, June 25 2019 - 6:29 PM.





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