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CA bay area, what Camponotus species?

id identification camponotus bay area

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#1 Offline Derek451 - Posted June 26 2019 - 8:20 PM

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Just bought this Camponotus colony from a seller claiming that they're Camponotus maritimus. Is that correct?

Date: June 26, 2019

Location: California Bay Area


Body color is hard to tell; It seems that the nanitics' thoraxes are a slightly brownish color, but very hard to tell because their whole body is very dark. However, I can say that their legs are definitely a brownish color, a lighter shade than the thorax.

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Edited by Derek451, June 26 2019 - 8:42 PM.


#2 Offline NickAnter - Posted June 27 2019 - 8:05 AM

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We need measurememts to get an ID. Using the ID format is needed to make an ID. She does seem like maritimus to me though.

Edited by NickAnter, June 27 2019 - 8:05 AM.

Colonies:
Nylanderia vividula
Pheidole navigans
Camponotus hyatti
Founding queens: Brachymyrmex patagonicus, Solenopsis xyloni, Lasius cf. niger, Solenopsis molesta, Temnothorax cf. caguatan, Formica argentea, Camponotus vicinus, Pogonomyrmex californicus, and Myrmica cf. tahoensis.





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