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Can you help me ID this queen, please?


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#1 Offline Canadant - Posted July 17 2017 - 5:54 AM

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Just found July 14th. I'm stoked, but I have no idea what kind she is. I'm thinking Lasius but she seems big for that species (my uniformed newby opinion here). 

Found on a sidewalk around the edge in the grass.
About 8-10mm. She's in an AntsCanada test tube in the pic, if that's a reference for you.
Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada
Evening time.
All black.

Beautiful!!!!

 

http://imgur.com/a/IxSyd

 

http://imgur.com/6otwtSZ

 

http://imgur.com/ydcMEcy

 

http://imgur.com/ItdpO29

 

http://imgur.com/MVSuh8Y

 

Any help would be great. She was a bit rambunctious for the first day or two. She has since calmed down and laid 4 eggs last night. 

 

Sincerely,

 

Canadant






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