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#1 Offline Pokee5954 - Posted December 2 2023 - 5:29 PM



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 wanted help identifying these ants i saw a post on them and wanted to know the species. i can't provide much info but i do know they're Carpender ants from Florida.  
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#2 Offline JustabirdfromFlorida - Posted December 8 2023 - 2:38 PM


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maybe C.Ineaqualis or C.Americanus

#3 Offline James C. Trager - Posted January 5 2024 - 8:00 AM

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Just a note about writing scientific names: Genus part is always capitalized, species part is never capitalized, thus C. inaequalis or C. americanus.

Anyway, with that slender-bodied queen and pale headed workers, 
C. inaequalis looks like a closer fit. Also, locality is not mentioned, but southern Florida C. inaequalis, northern Florida, C. americanus.

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