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Formica aserva - female

Formica aserva - Female
Baxter State Park, Piscataquis County, Maine, USA
July 3, 2010
Size: 6 mm
These are likely not identifiable, but I'm still hopeful based on the locality and habitat that they might be aserva. These were nesting in a rotting log within dense white pine/spruce forest. I've included images from multiple individuals which may or may not be the same ones, and it is likely that there are two fighting colonies involved.

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Moved from Ants.

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