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Is this a bombardier beetle?

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Best Answer ANTS_KL , November 22 2021 - 8:17 PM

Yes, it's a bombardier beetle. Nice find! 

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#1 Offline SYUTEO - Posted November 22 2021 - 5:50 AM

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2cm long. Mostly black with yellow markings.

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Antkeeping since 2018   :)

 

My current list:

Camponotus parius x1, Camponotus irritans x1, Meranoplus bicolor x1, Lepisiota rothneyi x1,  Anochetus sp x1, Monomorium monomorium x1, Tetramorium cf lanuginosum x1, Odontomachus simillimus x2, Iridomyrmex anceps x1, Crematogaster sp x1, Solenopsis geminata x2, Paratopula sp x1, Trichomyrmex destructor x1, Anochetus sp2 1, Camponotus albosparsus x1, Tetramorium cf bicarinatum x1, Unknown Ponerinae x1, Mesoponera rubra x2, Polyrhachis cf bicolor x1, Colobopsis sp x2

 

All ant journal: https://www.formicul...os-ant-journal/


#2 Offline ANTS_KL - Posted November 22 2021 - 8:17 PM   Best Answer

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Yes, it's a bombardier beetle. Nice find! 


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Ants epic :D
YouTube: https://m.youtube.co...uKsahGliSH7EqOQ

My current ants: Nylanderia cf. kraepelini, Pheidole parva, Odontomachus simillimus, Tetramorium sp., Tapinoma melanocephalum, Oecophylla smaragdina, Dinomyrmex gigas, Pseudolasius streesemani, Camponotus parius, Iridomyrmex anceps, Solenopsis geminata, Pheidole cf. comata

 

Death count: idk there's too many that I've lost :(






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