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#1 Offline Thatfa666ene - Posted February 7 2019 - 2:31 PM

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Just found these at work by the dumpster. 

 

https://antdaddygene...321/id-request 

 

Looks like a centimeter long. 



#2 Offline Canadian anter - Posted February 7 2019 - 2:53 PM

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Looks like Solenopsis invicta
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#3 Offline Thatfa666ene - Posted February 7 2019 - 4:02 PM

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Also found this one at the same time and place. Almost half a centimeter long.

 

https://antdaddygene...6411/id-request


Edited by Thatfa666ene, February 7 2019 - 4:08 PM.


#4 Offline anttoant - Posted February 7 2019 - 4:45 PM

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the second one looks like Lasius claviger



#5 Offline EthanNgo678 - Posted February 7 2019 - 5:07 PM

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I don't think so, but probably a Laius parasite.



#6 Offline Aaron567 - Posted February 7 2019 - 5:18 PM

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That little brown queen is Brachymyrmex depilis.


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#7 Offline anttoant - Posted February 7 2019 - 5:52 PM

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That little brown queen is Brachymyrmex depilis.

i  agree



#8 Offline Thatfa666ene - Posted February 8 2019 - 7:32 AM

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Got another one for yall. Probably a half centimeter. 

 

https://antdaddygene...0386/id-request


Edited by Thatfa666ene, February 8 2019 - 7:33 AM.


#9 Offline FSTP - Posted February 8 2019 - 9:36 AM

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that last one looks more like a wasp, or at least the antennae do. 



#10 Offline Thatfa666ene - Posted February 8 2019 - 10:56 AM

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that last one looks more like a wasp, or at least the antennae do. 

 I was hoping it was a male. 



#11 Offline Canadian anter - Posted February 8 2019 - 1:22 PM

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Might be a Prenolepis male
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#12 Offline ponerinecat - Posted February 11 2019 - 8:34 PM

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last ones a wasp, first ones a solenopsis



#13 Offline dspdrew - Posted February 12 2019 - 6:16 AM

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#14 Offline Thatfa666ene - Posted February 12 2019 - 10:47 AM

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Edited by Thatfa666ene, February 12 2019 - 10:59 AM.


#15 Offline Thatfa666ene - Posted February 12 2019 - 2:46 PM

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182763369091let me try again 



#16 Offline dspdrew - Posted February 12 2019 - 2:53 PM

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Images typically have file extensions like .jpg, .png, .gif, etc., so that is what you usually should see at the end of the URL.



#17 Offline nurbs - Posted February 12 2019 - 5:28 PM

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Like this:

 

Right click on the image and hit "copy image address", then paste that address on your message.

 

 


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#18 Offline Thatfa666ene - Posted February 12 2019 - 8:28 PM

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Sorry for the glare

 


Edited by Thatfa666ene, February 12 2019 - 8:30 PM.


#19 Offline Thatfa666ene - Posted March 15 2019 - 9:11 PM

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I caught this ant hangin out with a colony of Camponotus or something. Probably 1 cm.



#20 Offline AnthonyP163 - Posted March 16 2019 - 8:50 AM

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Looks like a species of Lasius, a social parasite species. It was likely near the Camponotus colony during diapause. Based on the shape of the antennae, and how pilose she is, she may be L. claviger.







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