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How many ant species can you spot on your block?


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#1 Offline futurebird - Posted May 1 2022 - 4:36 PM

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I made a video today about the ants that I found on my block here in the South Bronx. I saw about 11 colonies total and 7 different species. 
 
This was just walking on the sidewalk as I recently broke my leg ... so no going in the bushes or deep in the park. Still I was pleased with all the ants I found. 
 
Here is a video about my adventure.

 

https://youtube.com/shorts/Gtuf-8zQixs

 


Edited by futurebird, May 7 2022 - 8:49 AM.

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#2 Offline ColAnt735 - Posted May 1 2022 - 5:54 PM

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Nice Video!

The orange Formica in the video looks like Lasius emarginatus. Some of the ants I can find in my neighbourhood include:

Tetramorium immigrans

Lasius sp. ( either neoniger or americanus).

Formica incerta

Formica integra

Formica fusca group

Camponotus pennsylvanicus 

Camponotus nearcticus

Camponotus herculeanus

Camponotus novaeboracensis 

Ponera pennsylvanica

Solenopsis molesta

Temnothorax curvispinosus

 

Edit I won't be outdone by OiledOlives. Nearby forest's (also known as the Niagara Escarpment) ant diversity Attack!

 

Myrmica schencki 

Myrmica alaskensis 

Myrmica rubra

Myrmica americana

Myrmica incompleta

Myrmecina americana

Stigmatomma pallipes

Strumigenys rogeri

Stenamma diecki

Polyergus sp.

Prenolepis imparis

Aphaenogaster picea

Aphaenogaster rudis

Brachymyrmex depilis 

Camponotus herculeanus

Camponotus nearcticus 

Camponotus caryae

Camponotus pennsylvanicus 

Camponotus novaeboracensis 

Camponotus modoc

Lasius neoniger

Lasius americanus

Lasius claviger

Lasius latipes 

Lasius murphyi

Lasius aphidicola

Lasius nearcticus 

Lasius sp.

Crematogaster cerasi

Crematogaster lineolata 

Ponera pennsylvanica 

Tapinoma sessile

Temnothorax ambiguus

Temnothorax curvispinosus

Temnothorax longispinosus

Formica incerta

Formica sp.

Formica fusca group

Formica cf. pallidefulva

Formica cf. integra


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Keeping ants since 2020 

I keep:

Myrmicinae: Solenopsis molesta( 2 queens). Tetramorium immigrans ( 3 colonies with the biggest nearing 800 workers!),

Crematogaster cerasi  :yahoo:  ( 1 colony with a worker). Temnothorax  curvispinosus ( 1 queen with colony of 2 workers).

Formicinae: Prenolepis imparis ( 2 single queen colonies). Lasius brevicornis  :yahoo:( 19 founding queens) haven't seen many journals of them. Lasius Neoniger (a founding queen).Formica incerta( 1 colony with 22 workers)

 

Previously kept: Pogonomyrmex occidentalis   ( 1 colony with 9 workers). 

 

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#3 Offline OiledOlives - Posted May 1 2022 - 6:09 PM

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Yeah that's emarg, the other Lasius is almost definitely neoniger by the way.


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#4 Offline lazyant - Posted May 1 2022 - 6:30 PM

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What I can find in my neighborhood:

 

Argies/ Linepithema humile

 

In the whole county:

 

Camponotus sp. 

 

Prenolepis imparis

 

Pheidole sp.

 

Formica sp. 

 

 Liometopum sp.

 

twig abtss (sorry can't remember the genus name)


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#5 Offline ZTYguy - Posted May 1 2022 - 8:01 PM

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In my neighborhood I can find

S. invicta

L. humile

B. patagonicus

 

On my adventures I find

 

Camponotus

sp. laevigatus

sp. Semitestaceus

sp. vicinus

sp. clarithorax 

sp. essigi

 

L. occi

 

A. versicolor 

 

V. pergandai

V. andrei

 

Pogonomyrmex

sp. californicus

sp. rugosus

sp. sub

 

Crematogaster cf. sp6

 

S. xyloni

 

many more

 

Lesson is to appreciate nature and go out and see the world outside of your little back yard. 


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#6 Offline Mettcollsuss - Posted May 2 2022 - 10:39 AM

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Camponotus pennsylvanicus

Camponotus nearcticus

Camponotus discolor

Tetramorium immigrans

Prenolepis imparis

Tapinoma sessile

Lasius brevicornis

Lasius neoniger

Brachymyrmex depilis

Nylanderia flavipes

Solenopsis molesta

Formica subsericea

Temnothorax schaumii


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#7 Offline TestSubjectOne - Posted May 2 2022 - 11:33 AM

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In my neighborhood:

- L. humile

- B. patagonicus

- M. ergatogyna

- P. moerens

- An uncommon, cryptic Ponerine that I've not tried to ID. Hypoponera?

 

The only species present besides L. humile are small, passive ants that don't compete with them - local and invasive. Of course, going even a bit into the wilderness changes this and you will find yourself surrounded by native species of all sizes and niches.


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Currently Keeping:

- Veromessor pergandei (1 queen, 600 workers)

- Novomessor cockerelli (1 queen, 200 workers)

- Myrmecocystus mexicanus (1 queen, 100 workers)

- Brachymyrmex patagonicus (3 queens?, 2,000 workers? & alates)

- Crematogaster sp. (1 queen, 600 workers)

- Liometopum occidentale (1 queen, 800 workers)

- Camponotus absqualator (1 queen, 130 workers)


#8 Offline eea - Posted May 2 2022 - 12:37 PM

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Pogonomyrmex sp.

Solenopsis xyloni

Solenopsis invicta

Linepithema Humile

Pheidole moerens

Crematogaster sp.


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-camponotus sansabeanus: 14 wokrers


#9 Offline bmb1bee - Posted May 2 2022 - 1:05 PM

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Mostly Linepithema humile, other common species include Tetramorium immigrans and Prenolepis imparis. I have found Monomorium ergatogyna, which are more uncommon. Hypoponera and Pheidole are extremely rare here, but I have found them a couple times. Cardiocondyla were sighted as well, but a little bit farther away from my neighborhood.


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Top three favorite colonies so far are Pheidole navigans, Hypoponera opacior, and Myrmecocystus depilis.

 

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#10 Offline ANTdrew - Posted May 2 2022 - 1:14 PM

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Camponotus chromaiodes
Camponotus nearcticus
Camponotus subbarbatus
Camponotus pennsylvanicus
Camponotus castaneus
Aphaenogaster rudis
Tapinoma sessile
Tetramorium immigrans
Crematogaster cerasi
Solenopsis molesta
Solenopsis carolinensis
Nylanderia vividula
Formica subsericea
Formica cf pallidefulva
Temnothorax curvispinosis
Pheidole bicarinata
Colobopsis obliqua
Brachyponera chinensis
Monomorium minimum
Some weird Myrmecina
Lasius claviger
Lasius neoniger
Prenolepis imparis
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#11 Offline NancyZamora4991 - Posted May 2 2022 - 1:22 PM

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This list will go from most common to least common on my block.

Prenolepsis imparis

Cardiocondyla 

Camponotus hyatti

Tetramorium immigrans

Nylanderia vividula

Camponotus clarithorax

Brachymrymex patagonicus.

Linepithema humile

Liometopem occidentalis


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#12 Offline azzaaazzzz00 - Posted May 2 2022 - 2:35 PM

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Yesterday I found:

Camponotus pennsylvanicus (Just saw the workers, couldn't locate a nest)

Camponotus herculeanus (1 colony)

Formica (can't remember what species, 2 colonies)

Solenopsis molesta (1 colony)

Tapinoma sessile (1 colony)

And finally Prenolepis imparis (11 founding queens in test tubes...hey they gotta count)


Edited by azzaaazzzz00, May 2 2022 - 2:36 PM.

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Been keeping ants since January of 2021

 

Always try new things, even if its hard, hard is not impossible. We are smart and it's good to be smart but not too smart for your own good.


#13 Offline Leptomyrmx - Posted May 2 2022 - 4:04 PM

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Since around my house there's basically just Iridomyrmex, Nylanderia, Rhytidoponera and Pheidole I'll do around my grandparents house.

This is in maybe a 1-2km radius:

 

Iridomyrmex sp. ©

Pheidole sp. ©

Nylanderia ©

Crematogaster sp. ©

Melophorus sp. (U)

Rhytidoponera metallica ©

Rhytidoponera victorae (U)

Rhytidoponera aspera/chalybea ©

Colobopsis gasseri ®

Aphaenogaster longiceps ©

Monomorium floricola (VR)

Polyrachis cf. vermiculosa, subgenus Chairomyrma al least ©

Polyrachis cf. ammon, subgenus Hagiomyrma at least ©

Polyrhachis subgenus Campomyrma (U)

Polyrhachis hookeri ©

Camponotus sp. (similar to humilior) (U)

Camponotus cf. claripes ®

Camponotus cf. nigriceps ©

Different Camponotus nigriceps-group (U)

Myrmecia nigrocinta ©

Myrmecia tarsata (U)

Myrmecia forficata ®

Myrmecia pilliventris (VR)

Weird Ponerine that keeps drowning in the pool (CR)

Acropyga sp. (CR) (Acropyga do count as cryptic, right?)

Solenopsidini ants, probably Solenopsis (CR) (they're very small)

Tiny Tetramorium sp. (CR) (nocturnal with diurnal nuptials)

 

Key:

© = common
(U) = uncommon
® = rare

(VR) = very rare

(CR) = cryptic/likely cryptic, therefore unsure of rarity

 

(it turned all the commons and rares into copyright and registered symbols  :lol: )


Edited by Leptomyrmx, May 2 2022 - 4:06 PM.

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My Ants:

Colonies: Camponotus humilior 1w, Opisthopsis rufithorax 11w, Aphaenogaster longiceps ~5w, Pheidole sp. ~235w ~15m, Iridomyrmex sp. 2q 1w, Brachyponera lutea 6w, Crematogaster sp. ~20w, Podomyrma sp. 1w

Queens: Polyrhachis cf. robinsoni, Polyrhachis (Campomyrma) sp. (likely infertile)

Previously Kept: Colobopsis gasseri, Technomyrmex sp., Rhytidoponera victorae, Nylanderia cf. rosae, Myrmecia brevinoda/forficata, Polyrhachis australis, Solenopsis/Monomorium

Key: Q = Queen, W = Worker, M = Major

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#14 Online Broncos - Posted May 2 2022 - 5:21 PM

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Argentines

Brachymyrmex patagonicus

 

that's it for about 5 miles lol


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#15 Offline OiledOlives - Posted May 2 2022 - 5:56 PM

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In backyard:
Aphaenogaster rudis
Aphaenogaster tennesseensis

Aphaenogaster fulva
Brachymyrmex depilis

Strumigenys sp.
Vollenhovia emeryi
Nylanderia (native sp)
Nylanderia flavipes
Camponotus subbarbatus

Camponotus nearcticus

Camponotus chromaiodes

Camponotus pennsylvanicus

Camponotus castaneus

Temnothorax curvispinosus

Pheidole bicarinata

Colobopsis obliqua
Tapinoma sessile
Lasius neoniger

Lasius americanus
Lasius interjectus

Lasius claviger

Lasius aphidicola
Stigmatomma pallipes
Hypoponera opacior

Ponera pennsylvanica

Tetramorium immigrans

Crematogaster cerasi
Formica fusca group
Formica pallidefulva group
Lasius murphyi
Solenopsis molesta
Brachyponera chinensis

Nearby I have found:
Different pallidefulva-group species
Trachymyrmex septentrionalis
Myrmica sp.
Monomorium sp.

 

Whole of VA:
Aphaenogaster rudis
Aphaenogaster tennesseensis
Aphaenogaster treatae

Aphaenogaster lamellidens
Aphaenogaster fulva
Brachymyrmex depilis
Camponotus castaneus
Camponotus nearcticus
Camponotus pennsylvanicus
Camponotus chromaiodes
Camponotus subbarbatus
Crematogaster cerasi
Dorymyrmex bureni
Formica subintegra
Formica subsericea

Formica cf. argentea
Formica pallidefulva-group species (2)
Hypoponera opacior
Lasius americanus
Lasius neoniger

Lasius murphyi
Lasius interjectus

Lasius claviger

Lasius aphidicola
Lasius brevicornis
Lasius nearcticus
Lasius cf. speculiventris
Solenopsis molesta

Solenopsis carolinensis
Myrmica sp.

Monomorium minimum
Monomorium cf. viridum
Nylanderia cf. arenivaga

Nylanderia native spe (black)
Nylanderia flavipes
Brachyponera chinensis
Tetramorium immigrans

Pheidole bicarinata

Pheidole tysoni
Pheidole morrisii
Pheidole dentata
Ponera pennsylvanica
Prenolepis imparis
Strumigenys sp.
Tapinoma sessile
Temnothorax longispinosus
Temnothorax pergandei
Temnothorax curvispinosus
Trachymyrmex septentrionalis


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#16 Offline Leptomyrmx - Posted May 2 2022 - 8:54 PM

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In backyard:
Aphaenogaster rudis
Aphaenogaster tennesseensis

Aphaenogaster fulva
Brachymyrmex depilis

Strumigenys sp.
Vollenhovia emeryi
Nylanderia (native sp)
Nylanderia flavipes
Camponotus subbarbatus

Camponotus nearcticus

Camponotus chromaiodes

Camponotus pennsylvanicus

Camponotus castaneus

Temnothorax curvispinosus

Pheidole bicarinata

Colobopsis obliqua
Tapinoma sessile
Lasius neoniger

Lasius americanus
Lasius interjectus

Lasius claviger

Lasius aphidicola
Stigmatomma pallipes
Hypoponera opacior

Ponera pennsylvanica

Tetramorium immigrans

Crematogaster cerasi
Formica fusca group
Formica pallidefulva group
Lasius murphyi
Solenopsis molesta
Brachyponera chinensis

Nearby I have found:
Different pallidefulva-group species
Trachymyrmex septentrionalis
Myrmica sp.
Monomorium sp.

 

Whole of VA:
Aphaenogaster rudis
Aphaenogaster tennesseensis
Aphaenogaster treatae

Aphaenogaster lamellidens
Aphaenogaster fulva
Brachymyrmex depilis
Camponotus castaneus
Camponotus nearcticus
Camponotus pennsylvanicus
Camponotus chromaiodes
Camponotus subbarbatus
Crematogaster cerasi
Dorymyrmex bureni
Formica subintegra
Formica subsericea

Formica cf. argentea
Formica pallidefulva-group species (2)
Hypoponera opacior
Lasius americanus
Lasius neoniger

Lasius murphyi
Lasius interjectus

Lasius claviger

Lasius aphidicola
Lasius brevicornis
Lasius nearcticus
Lasius cf. speculiventris
Solenopsis molesta

Solenopsis carolinensis
Myrmica sp.

Monomorium minimum
Monomorium cf. viridum
Nylanderia cf. arenivaga

Nylanderia native spe (black)
Nylanderia flavipes
Brachyponera chinensis
Tetramorium immigrans

Pheidole bicarinata

Pheidole tysoni
Pheidole morrisii
Pheidole dentata
Ponera pennsylvanica
Prenolepis imparis
Strumigenys sp.
Tapinoma sessile
Temnothorax longispinosus
Temnothorax pergandei
Temnothorax curvispinosus
Trachymyrmex septentrionalis

 

And I thought my list was impressive...


My Ants:

Colonies: Camponotus humilior 1w, Opisthopsis rufithorax 11w, Aphaenogaster longiceps ~5w, Pheidole sp. ~235w ~15m, Iridomyrmex sp. 2q 1w, Brachyponera lutea 6w, Crematogaster sp. ~20w, Podomyrma sp. 1w

Queens: Polyrhachis cf. robinsoni, Polyrhachis (Campomyrma) sp. (likely infertile)

Previously Kept: Colobopsis gasseri, Technomyrmex sp., Rhytidoponera victorae, Nylanderia cf. rosae, Myrmecia brevinoda/forficata, Polyrhachis australis, Solenopsis/Monomorium

Key: Q = Queen, W = Worker, M = Major

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#17 Offline futurebird - Posted May 3 2022 - 3:22 AM

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This makes me want to revive my idea of making an app about taking a photo of all of the different kinds of ants in NYC. It'd come with a clip on macro lens and a pooter. It'd be like real life pokemon. 

 

But I've got to learn them all before I think about such big projects. 

 

These lists are so impressive. 


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#18 Offline Chickalo - Posted May 3 2022 - 3:50 AM

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Bruuuuh how do you guys have so many, this is slander

 

Solenopsis molesta

Brachymyrmex depilis

Lasius claviger

Lasius aphidicola

Camponotus pennsylvanicus

Myrmica

Tetramorium immigrans

 

This is ultimate Massachusetts moment


Edited by Chickalo, May 3 2022 - 3:51 AM.

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#19 Offline Chickalo - Posted May 3 2022 - 3:54 AM

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In backyard:
Aphaenogaster rudis
Aphaenogaster tennesseensis

Aphaenogaster fulva
Brachymyrmex depilis

Strumigenys sp.
Vollenhovia emeryi
Nylanderia (native sp)
Nylanderia flavipes
Camponotus subbarbatus

Camponotus nearcticus

Camponotus chromaiodes

Camponotus pennsylvanicus

Camponotus castaneus

Temnothorax curvispinosus

Pheidole bicarinata

Colobopsis obliqua
Tapinoma sessile
Lasius neoniger

Lasius americanus
Lasius interjectus

Lasius claviger

Lasius aphidicola
Stigmatomma pallipes
Hypoponera opacior

Ponera pennsylvanica

Tetramorium immigrans

Crematogaster cerasi
Formica fusca group
Formica pallidefulva group
Lasius murphyi
Solenopsis molesta
Brachyponera chinensis

Nearby I have found:
Different pallidefulva-group species
Trachymyrmex septentrionalis
Myrmica sp.
Monomorium sp.

 

Whole of VA:
Aphaenogaster rudis
Aphaenogaster tennesseensis
Aphaenogaster treatae

Aphaenogaster lamellidens
Aphaenogaster fulva
Brachymyrmex depilis
Camponotus castaneus
Camponotus nearcticus
Camponotus pennsylvanicus
Camponotus chromaiodes
Camponotus subbarbatus
Crematogaster cerasi
Dorymyrmex bureni
Formica subintegra
Formica subsericea

Formica cf. argentea
Formica pallidefulva-group species (2)
Hypoponera opacior
Lasius americanus
Lasius neoniger

Lasius murphyi
Lasius interjectus

Lasius claviger

Lasius aphidicola
Lasius brevicornis
Lasius nearcticus
Lasius cf. speculiventris
Solenopsis molesta

Solenopsis carolinensis
Myrmica sp.

Monomorium minimum
Monomorium cf. viridum
Nylanderia cf. arenivaga

Nylanderia native spe (black)
Nylanderia flavipes
Brachyponera chinensis
Tetramorium immigrans

Pheidole bicarinata

Pheidole tysoni
Pheidole morrisii
Pheidole dentata
Ponera pennsylvanica
Prenolepis imparis
Strumigenys sp.
Tapinoma sessile
Temnothorax longispinosus
Temnothorax pergandei
Temnothorax curvispinosus
Trachymyrmex septentrionalis

Bruh this man's backyard is the equivalent if the entirety of New England what is the scam, I have to drive forty five minutes to get Pheidole and this child has to walk out his back door and touch grass


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#20 Offline OiledOlives - Posted May 3 2022 - 4:14 AM

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Bruh this man's backyard is the equivalent if the entirety of New England what is the scam, I have to drive forty five minutes to get Pheidole and this child has to walk out his back door and touch grass

Skill issue+malding

The bicarinata are in my front yard.


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