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#1381 Offline akaant - Posted September 14 2018 - 8:43 AM


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Parasitic lasius are flying at this moment.

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Aphaenogaster sp

Camponotus americanus, castaneus, chromaiodes, novaeboracensis, pennsylvanicus.

Crematogaster sp

tetramorium immigrans

Formica sp




#1382 Offline fmoreira60 - Posted September 16 2018 - 5:07 AM



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Crematogaster flew yesterday. Caught a queen. Also lasius umbratus flew yesterday.

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