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Largest ant species in North America?


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#21 Offline gcsnelling - Posted June 30 2020 - 2:16 AM

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Ah, good to know. Thanks. Guess I'll only be able to check the borders if anything.

i mean you can still do it if you insist. Most places here don't care when i collect.


(Not trying to promote or condone illegal activity, just saying he can do what he wants)

 

 That may be true but here in the good ol U S of A, state and federal parks/preserves usually take a pretty dim view of any sort of collecting/destruction and tend to enforce it pretty strictly (unless of course you are building a wall).






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