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Unkonwn Carpenter Ant - Camponotus modoc - female

Unkonwn Carpenter Ant - Camponotus modoc - Female
Forest Grove, Washington County, Oregon, USA
June 11, 2002
Size: 15 mm
This might be a queen. I don't konw the genus or species, but these ants all seemed to emerge from the ground on one or two days swarming areas and then they would disappear. Many would also lose their wings. It was quite a phenomena like the cicada emergence.

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Unkonwn Carpenter Ant - Camponotus modoc - female Unkonwn Carpenter Ant - Camponotus modoc - female

Moved
Moved from Carpenter Ants.

Formicinae: Camponotus
Camponotus modoc, common in that region.

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