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Greenville, NC – 8/18/19 – Forelius?

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Best Answer Ferox_Formicae , August 19 2019 - 6:51 AM

Definitely Dorymyrmex bureniForelius prurinosus are much smaller.

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#1 Offline Mettcollsuss - Posted August 19 2019 - 4:48 AM


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1. Location of collection: Greenville, North Carolina

2. Date of collection: August 18, 2019
3. Habitat of collection: Dirt patch w/ trees in a parking lot
4. Length: 7mm
5. Coloration, hue, pattern and texture: See photos
6. Distinguishing characteristics: See photos
7. Anything else distinctive: Very fast, hard to catch
8. Nest description: N/A

9. Nuptial flight time and dateN/A





#2 Offline VoidElecent - Posted August 19 2019 - 4:51 AM


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7mm may be a little large for Forelius. Consider Dorymyrmex bureni.
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#3 Offline Ferox_Formicae - Posted August 19 2019 - 6:51 AM   Best Answer


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Definitely Dorymyrmex bureniForelius prurinosus are much smaller.

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#4 Offline Aaron567 - Posted August 19 2019 - 2:10 PM


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Agreed on Dorymyrmex bureni.

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