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Los Angeles - Liometopum.

los angeles tree liometopum red black camponotus

Best Answer gcsnelling , May 26 2016 - 3:30 PM

Liometopum occidentale.

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#1 Offline DustyDoes - Posted May 26 2016 - 12:05 PM

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Found this colony of relatively large ants covering a big fallen tree trunk in the Sepulveda Dam wildlife area off of Burbank Boulevard in the San Fernando Valley. The head and abdomen are black, the abdomen seemed fuzzy or had whitish texture or shiny-ness on it, and the thorax was red. They resemble a liometopum picture i saw on AlexanderWild.com (http://www.alexander...topum/i-d9pQD2F), but i think they also look like some camponotus pics I've seen.

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#2 Offline gcsnelling - Posted May 26 2016 - 3:30 PM   Best Answer

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Liometopum occidentale.


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