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Camden, DE 6-4-2019

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Best Answer VoidElecent , June 4 2019 - 10:15 AM

Camponotus pennsylvanicus would indeed be correct

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#1 Offline gsparrow - Posted June 4 2019 - 10:14 AM


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1. Location of Collection: Camden, Delaware

2. Date of Collection: 4-24-2019

3. Habitat of Collection:  Parking Lot of Lowes

4. Length: 17mm

5. Coluration, Hue, Pattern, Texture:  Black

6. Distinguishing Characteristics:  

7. Anything distictive:

8. Nest Disctription:

9. nuptial Flight time & date:  guessing it flew recently so 4-24-2019.


I'm guessing this is Camponotus pennsylvanicus???????


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#2 Offline VoidElecent - Posted June 4 2019 - 10:15 AM   Best Answer


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Camponotus pennsylvanicus would indeed be correct

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