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Tawny Crazy Ants - Nylanderia fulva - female

Tawny Crazy Ants - Nylanderia fulva - Female
Pasadena, Harris County, Texas, USA
October 8, 2008
Nylanderia fulva Crazy Ants with pen for scale.

Clarification.
Mike is not misspelling "raspberry," the common name comes from the person who first brought substantial media attention to this species. His last name is "Rasberry."

 
Right, Eric.
And we need mo', betta pictures of this ant that is so notoriously invasive in Gulf Coastal Texas and Louisiana.
Bug photographers of that region, use some of the little cool weather that remains this season to catch them in a somewhat slowed-down state.

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