The head shape of the queen doesn't match that of the ebenina queen specimen on AntWeb.
Well the only other 2 ants that look even remotely close aren't labeled as that group you mentioned. Also, I have seen incorrect things on Antweb before, I forget which species but it stated "this Pheidole is known to have a powerful sting that will leave you itching and in pain". To my knowledge, there is no Southeastern US Pheidole (or ANY Pheidole) that stings.. I have only seen them bite and none of them have ever felt like a sting and none of them have ever been able to break skin, not even the biggest majors we have here which are P. obscurithorax (I handle them regularly).
However, I am not stating that this means that this particular thing on Antweb is wrong, just stating I have seen incorrect info before.. and since there are no actual pictures of their queens on iNat, I was only suggesting it.
Edited by Flu1d, May 31 2023 - 4:55 PM.