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Photo#1119817
Parasites on queen ant - Camponotus castaneus

Parasites on queen ant - Camponotus castaneus
Oak Ridge, Guilford County, North Carolina, USA
August 10, 2015
Size: <1mm
The ant is shown here for context.

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Thanks for clarifying this little mistery, Ray.
How about moving this image along with the mites closeups?
I think it's interesting to see them with the queen ant
for size and context.

 
an alternative
what you can do is place a thumbnail of the queen ant on one of the mite pages. It's quite easy. The command looks like [thumb:######] where ###### is the number BugGuide has assigned to your queen ant photo (which happens to be 1119817). the result will be

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