I was wondering if anyone could give me a guess on what red ants would make a ant hill in the meadows of Michigan. I run across these in open fields and they measure about 2 ft. across and 18 inches high. I don't think they're Camponotus novaeboracensis as I've read up on those and the habitat doesn't seem the same. I'd say these are a medium sized ant. As a kid, we used to take a stick and open the top up to see all the ants running around. I remember they have a good bite to them also!
Red Ant ID
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Colonies or Queens available for adoption:
- Camponotus pennsylvanicus (2x)
- Prenolepis imparis (6x)
- Crematogaster cf. cerasi (12x)
- Brachymyrmex depilis (18x)
- Myrmica spp. (2x)
- Pheidole bicarinata (1x)
- Solenopsis molesta (10x)
- Temnathorax curvispinosus (x15)
- Temnathorax ambiguus (x10)
- Forelius pruinosus (x3)
- Myrmecina americana (x1)
- Formica pallidefulva (x1)
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