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Weird ant that I can't find the name of - Pseudomyrmex gracilis - female

Weird ant that I can't find the name of - Pseudomyrmex gracilis - Female
Jacksonville, Florida, USA
October 14, 2020
Size: Roughly a centimeter
I've seen these things for all my life but I never knew what they were called. Googling "black and orange ant" just refers me to the Velvet Ant, which is a cool creature but not what I'm after. Scientific name is preferred, if possible. Also sorry for the bad image quality my camera sucks.

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Looks like...
It's probably something like this. (Adult female)
Pseudomyrmex gracilis: ♀ south-eastern

 
Thank you!
That is exactly what this ant is, thank you so much!

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