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Camponotus yogi ID [Chaney Trail, Altadena CA 1-28-2018]

Best Answer gcsnelling , January 29 2018 - 3:48 PM

Can you post some additional shots of the yogi?

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#41 Offline Ant_Dude2908 - Posted May 15 2019 - 8:00 AM


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Yeah I think these should be reclassified to Colobopsis yogi.

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#42 Offline gcsnelling - Posted May 15 2019 - 3:02 PM



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I hope that anyone finding this species will consider making sure that any dead specimens get donated to an appropriate museum collection as there are not a huge number of specimens in collections esp from locations other than those already known.

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