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  • DSCF0013
    DSCF0013
    These are the different colours.
  • IMG 2968
    IMG 2968
    Noticeable size difference between semi-replete and worker.
  • IMG 2963
    IMG 2963
    The repletes appreciate a rough texture to grip.
  • IMG 2786
    IMG 2786
    This species is definitely Ponera Pennsylvanica, a semi-claustral species.
  • image 67130113
    image 67130113
    This species is probably a Myrmica Americana alate. There are many species of Myrmica out there, so Im not fully sure.




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