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Lasius pallitarsis or Lasius neoniger?


Lasius claviger


In this particular case they'


Lasius neoniger


Lasius neoniger


Lasius


Lasius sp. (cf. Lasius nearcticus)


Lasius (Lasius)


Lasius neoniger and solenopsi


Lasius neoniger


Lasius neoniger


Lasius neoniger might be more


Lasius sp. - female


Lasius species. I want to say


Thanks for Formicinae ID.


That is Lasius neoniger. Not


Lasius species


Lasius


Lasius neoniger?


Thanks


Lasius (Lasius)


Lasius, looks like L. neonige


Lasius sp. - a "swarming" nest


Wow! Very interesting (Lasius yes, neoniger no)


Lasius sp.


Lasius sp.


Lasius sp. (subgenus Lasius) - workers


Lasius sp. - worker


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Lasius


Formicinae: Lasius


Lasius neoniger


Lasius


Lasius neoniger


Lasius Ancanthomyops claviger or another parasite.


Queen


Lasius sp. - workers and brood


Lasius male


Lasius sp. (cf. Lasius neoniger) -female


Lasius


Lasius sp. - dealated parasitic female


Lasius neoniger or niger queen


Possible?


Moved


Lasius confirmed, but niger doubtful.


Fire Ants? Wrong subfamily. L


Lasius sp.


Formicidae


No ants, but


Lasius


Certainly Lasius


Lasius


Lasius sp. - worker


Lasius neoniger - worker


Lasius neoniger - worker


This is the Formicinae: [i]La


ant carrying ant


Male Lasius


Moved


The brown one is...


Moved


Male Lasius


Male Lasius


Formicinae: Lasius


Subfamily Formicinae


Yep, Lasius.


Need better resolution to be sure


This is indeed a Lasius foundress


Lasius sp.


These are indeed Lasius sp. workers


The ant is a Lasius sp.,


Lasius neoniger


I agree


Hi


Lasius neoniger


Lasius neoniger


Lasius sp. - winged female


Lasius sp. - (formerly) winged female


Lasius sp. - swarming


Lasius sp. - workers


Lasius, yes


Lasius sp. - workers


Lasius sp. - workers