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The ants of New Mexico (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).


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Oops! Myrmicinae


Diplorhoptrum status


Formicidae: Myrmicinae (male)


Myrmicinae.


Myrmicinae.


Myrmicinae.


Myrmicinae.


Myrmicinae.


Myrmicinae.


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Should not be here in Formicinae


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North American insects only here.


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Myrmicinae


Did it again, two unrelated species.


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Male - Myrmicinae


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Post-petiole


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Not Caribbean crazy ants


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A tough one


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Texture


Subfamily Myrmicinae - winged queen


Two waist segments, and the s


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Might as well add the details:


Acrobat Ants


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Please note


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Agree in spirit, but Gordon and Eric...


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Definitely an Ant


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Myrmicinae: Aphaenogaster


Myrmicinae: Temnothorax


Myrmicinae: Aphaenogaster


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thanks, James


Manica sp. (Myrmicinae) - worker


Male Myrmicinae: Aphaenogaster,


Myrmicinae: Solenopsis


Myrmicinae: Temnothorax


Myrmicinae: Monomorium


Myrmicinae: Temnothorax


Myrmicinae: Temnothorax


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Myrmicinae: Solenopsis


Myrmicinae: Aphaenogaster


Myrmicinae: Monomorium


Myrmicinae: Pogonomyrmex


Myrmica sp. - worker


Myrmicinae: Crematogaster


Myrmicinae: Solenopsis


Myrmicinae: Solenopsis


Myrmicinae: Solenopsis


Myrmicinae: Aphaenogaster


Myrmicinae: Myrmica


Myrmicinae: Myrmica


Myrmicinae: Messor


Myrmicinae


Myrmicinae: Myrmecina


Myrmicinae: Aphaenogaster


Myrmicinae: Temnothorax


Myrmicinae: Solenopsis


Myrmicinae: Tetramorium


Myrmicinae: Myrmica


Myrmicinae: Solenopsis


Myrmicinae: Messor


Myrmicinae: Messor


Myrmicinae: Solenopsis


Myrmicinae: Tetramorium


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Subfamily Myrmicinae


Male ant, Myrmicinae.


This is indeed an Aphaenogaster sp. (worker)


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Ant


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Myrmicinae at least


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Temnothorax sp. (Myrmicinae) - dealated female


Temnothorax sp. (Myrmicinae) - worker


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not just with Camponotus


Pheidole sp. (Myrmicinae) - minor worker


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Messor do not live in trees a


Temnothorax sp. (Myrmicinae) - worker


Monomorium sp. - workers (Myrmicinae)


I agree


Yes - subfamily Myrmicinae


Yes - subfamily Myrmicinae


Acrobat Ants do have short, but distinct propodeal spines


Monomorium sp. - worker (Myrmicinae)


Cyphomyrmex sp. (Myrmicinae) - winged female


Myrmicinae.


Temnothorax sp. (Myrmicinae) - dealated female


Pheidole sp. (Myrmicinae) - workers


Myrmicinae.


Ants are workers of genus Myrmica (Myrmicinae).


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Those (much slenderer and leggier) Ants


Formica sp. (pallidefulva group) - worker


Silky Ants (Formica sp., fusca group) - workers


Ants.


Attini tribe (subfamily Myrmicinae) - worker


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Temnothorax sp. - worker


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Aphaenogaster?


Other Myrmicinae genus


Myrmicinae


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Leptothoracini (Myrmicinae) - worker


Tetramorium sp. (Myrmicinae)


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Maginification...


Aphaenogaster?


Strong caste dimorphism...


Presence of propodeal spines...


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Myrmecina sp. - worker (Myrmicinae)


Ant male


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Manica sp. - worker (Myrmicinae)


Temnothorax sp. (Myrmicinae) - worker


Myrmecina sp. - worker (Myrmicinae)


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Myrmicinae


Myrmicinae at any rate


Monomorium sp. - worker (Myrmicinae)


Pheidole sp. (Myrmicinae) - workers


Temnothorax sp. (Myrmicinae) - worker


Oops! Myrmicinae - callow worker


Very interesting


Aphaenogaster sp. - workers


Right subfamily:-)


I disagree, say Ponerinae.