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Photo#1767116
Hypoponera sp. - Hypoponera opaciceps

Hypoponera sp. - Hypoponera opaciceps
Naples, Collier County, Florida, USA
June 12, 2019
Size: 3.5 mm
This ant was removed from the stomach contents of a cane toad. The petiole shape indicates to me that it is likely Hypoponera sp.

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Moved
Moved from Ants.

Moved
Moved from Ants.

Please post ants to Formicidae. I don't know if any of the experts are looking at Formicoidea.

Thanks!

 
I will
do that in the future. Thanks for the advice and for the ID.

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