Just found these at work by the dumpster.
Looks like a centimeter long.
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the second one looks like Lasius claviger
I don't think so, but probably a Laius parasite.
That little brown queen is Brachymyrmex depilis.
that last one looks more like a wasp, or at least the antennae do.
I was hoping it was a male.
last ones a wasp, first ones a solenopsis
Edited by Thatfa666ene, February 12 2019 - 10:59 AM.
let me try again
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Camponotus or Colobopsis yogi:
Sorry for the glare
Edited by Thatfa666ene, February 12 2019 - 8:30 PM.
I caught this ant hangin out with a colony of Camponotus or something. Probably 1 cm.
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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