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Subfamily Formicinae? - Formica glacialis

Subfamily Formicinae? - Formica glacialis
Clarenville, 48.163980N 53.964928W (WGS84), Random Sound, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland/Labrador, Canada
May 23, 2007
Size: Estimated body length 8mm
There were numerous ants crawling in the dandelions. It was late afternoon with a temperature of about 17 Celsius.

Moved from Ants.

Formicinae: Formica
Formica glacialis is common species in that area, with the characteristic straight rear margin of the head visible in this picture.

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