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The ants of New Mexico (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).


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Formicinae


Should not be here in Formicinae


Formicinae?


You can always find your images...


Subfamily Formicinae, need more pictures


This is the Formicinae: [i]La


Formicinae.


Formicinae.


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Should not be placed in subfamily Formicinae


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Different


Subfamily Formicinae


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Formicinae


Formicinae


Subfamily Formicinae


Carpenter ant (Formicinae)


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Looks to me like


Formicinae


Ants are carpenters, probably


Ant is in Formicinae


Formicinae


OK, made that tribe and moved the pages


We will bring this note to the attention of John VanDyk


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How Formicinae classification should look, as a result of the fi


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Still learning my ants so i c


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Alate male ant


Alate male ant


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Barklouse and ant


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Not Caribbean crazy ants


Tetramorium (Pavement ants)


Formica sp. - worker (Formicinae)


Pseudometagea schwarzii (Ashmead)


Yeah.


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Ant


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No...


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Formicinae: Formica (fusca group)


Formicinae: Formica (fusca group)


Formicinae: Formica (fusca group)


Male ant


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Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Not wasp :-)


Different ant subfamily. Camp


Formicinae: Camponotus


Subgenus Lasius?


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Nylanderia


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Myrmecocystus


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Prenolepis


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Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus (Tanaemyrmex)


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Prenolepis


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus (Tanaemyrmex)


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Nylanderia


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Formica


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Camponotus


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Lasius


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Subfamily Formicinae


Subfamily Formicinae


Subfamily Formicinae


Subfamily Formicinae


Subfamily Formicinae


Subfamily Formicinae


Subfamily Formicinae


Right subfamily (Formicinae)


Subfamily Formicinae


Subfamily Formicinae


Subfamily Formicinae


Subfamily Formicinae


This is indeed an Aphaenogaster sp. (worker)


Not sure what you mean, Dorothy...


Hungry workers


Yes - male of the subfamily Formicinae


Alate male ant


Formicinae


Formica incerta - workers and brood


Male ant.


not just with Camponotus


Not wasp


Yes.


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Thanks for Formicinae ID.


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I agree


Foraging "solo"


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I am confused.


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Ants are of genus Lasius (Formicinae).


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a reddish winged Ant...


Oops! Argentine Ant (Linepithema humile) - worker


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Male Ant


A Formicine male (Formicinae)


Strong caste dimorphism...


Winged ant.


Ants.


Subfamily Formicinae - Tribe Lasiini


Size?