A queen Dolichoderinae of sorts. Probably Iridomyrmex given location.
To small to be Iridomyrmyx.
Iridomyrmex is a very diverse genus coming in many sizes, some even smaller. There aren't many other possibilities, since she does not have an acidopore (disqualifying Camponotus , Notoncus, and all other members of Formicinae). She sure doesn't look like Ochetellus. That being said, more than one picture is always great.
Edited by Batspiderfish, September 24 2017 - 6:50 AM.
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