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Photo#168101
Sausage Fly - Neivamyrmex swainsonii

Sausage Fly - Neivamyrmex swainsonii
Skull Valley, (WSW of Prescott 10 miles), Yavapai County, Arizona, USA
July 1, 2007

Images of this individual: tag all
Sausage Fly - Neivamyrmex swainsonii Sausage Fly - Neivamyrmex swainsonii

Why would you delete the ones that have been identified
It would make more sense to delete the ones you posted today.
But you could click on edit and replace these small images with the larger ones you seem to now have.

Reminds us of

 
Replication
Sorry, I am trying to avoid sending in ones I have already submitted. Should I tag these 2 & delete or Frass them?

 
Indeed it is, This is Neivamy
Indeed it is, This is apparently Neivamyrmex swainsonii one of the most commonly encountered species of Neivamyrmex in the U. S.

 
Sausage Fly---nice name!
Thanks J&J and Gordon ID knowledge.

 
Always glad to help, for more
Always glad to help, for more Neivamyrmex info you can go to (inserting shameless plug here) www.armyants.org/festschrift/usneiva.pdf

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