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Finally, our first ant-like jumper - Synemosyna formica

Finally, our first ant-like jumper - Synemosyna formica
Brushy Creek Recreation Area, Mt. Tired, Fort Dodge, Webster County, Iowa, USA
July 30, 2011
Climbing around in the same Sumac grove. It looked like an ant, but was moving strangely for an ant. Weren't really certain till we got the images up on the computer screen. gathering_2011

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Finally, our first ant-like jumper - Synemosyna formica Finally, our first ant-like jumper - Synemosyna formica Finally, our first ant-like jumper - Synemosyna formica

Moved
Moved from ID Request. Lynette suggested Synemosyna formica which seems to be an even better match. Thanks.

Myrmarachne
Wonderful!

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