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Photo#104436
Camponotus? - Camponotus

Camponotus? - Camponotus
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
April 21, 2007
Size: ~13 mm
Found by peeling off some bark on a dead rotting branch.

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This is a queen Camponotus, possibly one of the small carpenter ants in the subgenus Myrmentoma.

 
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