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Tupelo,MS - 2022/07/06


Best Answer OiledOlives , July 6 2022 - 5:02 PM

Solenopsis cf. molesta Go to the full post


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#1 Offline DarkCerebral - Posted July 6 2022 - 4:28 PM

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1. Tupelo, MS
2. 2022/07/06
3. Backyard
4. NA
5. Yellow/Orange, Brown Head
6. N/A
7. N/A
8. Nuptial Flighting from Front Yard/Curbside

9. 2022/07/06, Flying post thunderstorm. 7pm
Please tell me this is not Pheidole Bicarinata
 

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#2 Offline ANTS_KL - Posted July 6 2022 - 4:29 PM

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Its definitely not Pheidole bicarinata.


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

My current ants: Camponotus irritans, 2x Camponotus parius, 2x Odontomachus simillimus, Oecophylla smaragdina

 

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

Also I got an antlion o-0


#3 Offline DarkCerebral - Posted July 6 2022 - 4:44 PM

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Its definitely not Pheidole bicarinata.

Whew. For once. Now I'm hoiping some other P.



#4 Offline OiledOlives - Posted July 6 2022 - 5:02 PM   Best Answer

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Solenopsis cf. molesta

#5 Offline Manitobant - Posted July 6 2022 - 6:03 PM

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Yep solenopsis molesta. These guys are extremely polygynous and also extremely tiny.

#6 Offline DarkCerebral - Posted July 6 2022 - 6:31 PM

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Solenopsis cf. molesta

Yeah this is also what I was afraid of. I have one of these with a single queen and there are tons of them and hard to see. This is a little larger than my solo queen but not surprised. I opted out of collecting any. Thanks






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