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south Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
August 9, 2008
Size: 7 mm
At lights in small mesic patch under an oak-willow canopy...

Probably a Pheidole species.
Probably a Pheidole species. But hard to be sure from the picture.

Probably Pheidole dentata...
Dr. Rich Patrock at the UT field lab suggested they were probably P. dentata.

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