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#1 Offline liamsantics - Posted June 7 2023 - 7:22 AM

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the queen was found in very sandy and dry conditions under my compost pin

the last rain was 4 days or so ago

the queen is red with a black gaster and is 4-5mm

the head is the same size as the gaster (i don't know why i put this here)

 

 



#2 Offline Virginian_ants - Posted June 7 2023 - 3:51 PM

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Can you put a photo here?

#3 Offline liamsantics - Posted June 10 2023 - 6:24 AM

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sorry this is a duplicate the queen was a big headed ant queen






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