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New Jersey/US June 27th (Black ~5mm)


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#1 Offline False - Posted July 10 2018 - 6:11 PM

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Possibly tetramorium. Any confirmation would be greatly appreciated. Please excuse samsung flagship phone quality photos. Also first post.

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#2 Offline rbarreto - Posted July 10 2018 - 6:48 PM

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Yea looks like Tetramorium immigrans, You sure that measurement is accurate?


Edited by rbarreto, July 10 2018 - 6:51 PM.

My journal featuring:

Aphaenogaster picea

Lasius claviger

Lasius umbratus

Lasius sp. (black workers)

Lasius sp. (yellow/orange workers)

Formica pallidefulva (northern color form)

Prenolepis imparis

Camponotus pennsylvanicus

Camponotus novaeboracensis

Temnothorax cf. curvispinosus

Tetramorium immigrans ( 2 polygynous, 1 monogynous)

 


#3 Offline False - Posted July 10 2018 - 7:28 PM

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No. That's why I put a tilde :^)

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#4 Offline rbarreto - Posted July 10 2018 - 7:41 PM

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8 mm is probably closer to the real size.


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My journal featuring:

Aphaenogaster picea

Lasius claviger

Lasius umbratus

Lasius sp. (black workers)

Lasius sp. (yellow/orange workers)

Formica pallidefulva (northern color form)

Prenolepis imparis

Camponotus pennsylvanicus

Camponotus novaeboracensis

Temnothorax cf. curvispinosus

Tetramorium immigrans ( 2 polygynous, 1 monogynous)

 


#5 Offline False - Posted July 11 2018 - 3:06 AM

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Thanks for the help ant`wah.

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