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Carbon County, PA 7-11-2021

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Best Answer DDD101DDD , July 11 2021 - 9:18 AM

Probably Tetramorium immigrans.

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#1 Offline gsparrow - Posted July 11 2021 - 9:07 AM

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1. Location of collection-Middle of a field surrounded by woods, rural setting, Carbon County, Pennsylvania

2. Date of collection-7-11-2021
3. Habitat of collection-middle of a field surrounded by woods, rural setting.
4. Length-8mm
5. Coloration, hue, pattern and texture-dark body with lighter colored legs.
6. Distinguishing characteristics-two petiole nodes
7. Anything else distinctive-
8. Nest description-N/A - Queen was walking across a patch of dried mud.

9. Nuptial flight time and date-possibly last night?

10. PIcs

IMG 4505
IMG 4506
IMG 4507
IMG 4508
IMG 4509
IMG 4510
IMG 4511
IMG 4512

 



#2 Offline DDD101DDD - Posted July 11 2021 - 9:18 AM   Best Answer

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Probably Tetramorium immigrans.


He travels, he seeks the p a r m e s a n.


#3 Offline gsparrow - Posted July 11 2021 - 9:21 AM

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that's what I was afraid of.  But wanted to double check. - Thank You.







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