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Please help I’d North Carolina multi queen species

ant id multiple queen north carolina small black

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#1 Offline Masonrocks5 - Posted June 9 2018 - 12:20 PM

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Hello, this species I found in North Carolina with a couple hundred queens fitting under a small rock. They are smaller then Pheidole all minors. They seem to be all black

#2 Offline FeedTheAnts - Posted June 9 2018 - 12:24 PM

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Hello, this species I found in North Carolina with a couple hundred queens fitting under a small rock. They are smaller then Pheidole all minors. They seem to be all black

Pics... measurements... please...

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Edited by TennesseeAnts, June 9 2018 - 12:24 PM.

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Colonies:                                                                      Founding queens:

Crematogaster ashmeadi -- 2500 workers             Colobopsis sp -- 3 queens  

Camponotus chromaiodes -- 100 workers             Solenopsis (not "fire ant") sp --4 queens

Formica pallidefulva -- 60 workers                     Pheidole sp -- 2 queens

                                                                                    Tetramorium sp -- 1 queen


#3 Offline FeedTheAnts - Posted June 9 2018 - 12:25 PM

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From your pics on chat I could safely say they are Monomorium minimum.


Edited by TennesseeAnts, June 9 2018 - 12:26 PM.

Colonies:                                                                      Founding queens:

Crematogaster ashmeadi -- 2500 workers             Colobopsis sp -- 3 queens  

Camponotus chromaiodes -- 100 workers             Solenopsis (not "fire ant") sp --4 queens

Formica pallidefulva -- 60 workers                     Pheidole sp -- 2 queens

                                                                                    Tetramorium sp -- 1 queen


#4 Offline nurbs - Posted June 9 2018 - 12:27 PM

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Hello, this species I found in North Carolina with a couple hundred queens fitting under a small rock. They are smaller then Pheidole all minors. They seem to be all black

 

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