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4 new ants found not sure if queen or worker Calgary AB, May 24 2018

id ant id id request

Best Answer Canadian anter , May 24 2018 - 4:53 PM

Formica workers. the first one may be something different though

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#1 Offline DrygonKing - Posted May 24 2018 - 4:33 PM

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All found in same place in my garden. The ants are in order from how they are shown I the pictures.
http://imgur.com/a/8yLNKF6
Ant number one:
7mm
Ant number two:
8mm
Ant number three:
7mm
Ant number forum
7mm
Current Queens:
Formica argentea (1)
Camponotus modoc (1)
Camponotus herculeanus (1)

Queens I Have Found:
Lasius alienus
Lasius subumbratus
Formica podzolica
Formica argentea
Formica (parasitic)
Camponotus sp.
Myrmica sp.


Queens currently looking for:
Myrmica spp.


Queens once more experienced:
Carebara diversa
Myrmecocystus
Odontomachus Sp.

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Formica workers. the first one may be something different though


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#3 Offline DrygonKing - Posted May 24 2018 - 5:16 PM

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Ok thanks. Those where found in the same spot as my Formica queen so now I am sure it is Formica

Edited by DrygonKing, May 24 2018 - 5:16 PM.

Current Queens:
Formica argentea (1)
Camponotus modoc (1)
Camponotus herculeanus (1)

Queens I Have Found:
Lasius alienus
Lasius subumbratus
Formica podzolica
Formica argentea
Formica (parasitic)
Camponotus sp.
Myrmica sp.


Queens currently looking for:
Myrmica spp.


Queens once more experienced:
Carebara diversa
Myrmecocystus
Odontomachus Sp.





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