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Camponotus... ? - Formica - female

Camponotus... ? - Formica - Female
Boulder, Colorado, USA
August 16, 2013
Size: 10mm

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Camponotus... ? - Formica - female Camponotus... ? - Formica

Moved
Probably F*argentea, but not certain.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Formica, something in the fus
Formica, something in the fusca group.

 
Formica vs Camponotus
I am pretty sure the thorax has only one "hump" which leads me to believe it is Camponotus. I will have to double check. BUT I looked at Formica fusca and it sure looks like that!

 
I suppose that rule only appl
I suppose that rule only applies to workers. This being a queen she has an enlarged mesosoma to house her wing muscles (now shed off).

 
Agreed! Thanks.
Agreed! Thanks.

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