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Athens,Greece June 5th.Two tiny queens seem to be getting along

Best Answer Mettcollsuss , June 5 2023 - 6:57 PM

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#1 Offline alex-barty - Posted June 5 2023 - 5:13 PM


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For the first time this year,i have no idea on the sp.Found them in the same area,when i put them in a container they started behaving like poly (grooming each other etc.)
1. Athens,Greece
2. June 5tg
3. Caught in urban environment near the sea
4. 0.3-0.4 cm
5. Gaster looks black and thorax brown,very hard to see with the naked eye
6.Found at night near a streetlight.It was very windy today

Excuse my dirty fingernail.Thanks for checking this thread 🫡

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#2 Offline Mettcollsuss - Posted June 5 2023 - 6:57 PM   Best Answer


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