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Hawaii Nuptial Flights right now for those on vacation or kama'aina!

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#1 Offline Connectimyrmex - Posted December 21 2016 - 10:24 PM

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Hi all!

I've noticed that Nuptial Flights are increasing at this time of year for some reason. 
The ants that I have seen flying are:

 

Brachymyrmex Obscurior (evening)

Ochetellus Glaber (morning)

Pseudomyrmex Gracilis (unknown, alates seen on walls)

Solenopsis Geminata (nightfall)

Monomorium sp. (noon)

Tetramorium sp. (nightfall)
 


Hawaiiant (Ben)

Keeper of
Miniature Labradoodle
Baby Wolf Spider
Mud Dauber wasp larvae
Ochetellus Glaber
Solenopsis Geminata
Brachymyrmex Obscurior
Cardiocondyla Emeryi
Tetramorium Bicarinatum
Plagiolepis Alluaudi
Anoplolepis Gracilipes
Technomyrmex Difficilis
Pheidole Megacephala
Aholehole fish
Cowrie snail
Sea Fan Worm
100+ sea squirts
Tree seedlings
Ghost Crab
Day Gecko
Small Fat Centipede
Endemic Lacewing larva
Vernal Pool shrimps





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