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Subfamily Myrmicinae

 
 
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Bigheaded ant? - Pheidole navigans Ant species - Pheidole Small, slow ant found in restroom - Pheidole navigans Atta mexicana - female Eurhopalothrix floridana - female Male, Trachymyrmex nogalensis? - Trachymyrmex - male Large Captive Pheidole navigans Colony - Pheidole navigans - female Strumigenys silvestrii - female

Small Dark Brown Ants - Tetramorium immigrans - female Ant - Temnothorax longispinosus - female ant - Temnothorax - male Unidentified Flying Ant in Washington, DC - Tetramorium immigrans Protomognathus americanus - Temnothorax americanus - female Small ants from dead wood - Temnothorax curvispinosus - female Myrmicinae? - Temnothorax curvispinosus Tetramorium immigrans

Campylenchia latipes and unknown ant - Myrmica Myrmicinae - Myrmica European fire ant - Myrmica rubra Pogonomyrmex? - Myrmica tahoensis spine-waisted ant - Myrmica Formicidae - Myrmica tahoensis Ant - Myrmica spatulata Myrmica 2 - Myrmica

Harvester Ant for California in May - Pogonomyrmex californicus Harvester Ant - Pogonomyrmex californicus - female ants in the trail - Pogonomyrmex barbatus Red Ants - Pogonomyrmex badius Closeup of live Pogonomyrmex anzensis worker, showing 6-toothed mandibles. - Pogonomyrmex anzensis Pogonomyrmex - Pogonomyrmex rugosus Mojave-24 - Pogonomyrmex - female ant colony, foothills Santa Catalina Mountains - Pogonomyrmex rugosus

Unknown ants - Solenopsis invicta - female Ants invading a home in Avra Valley - Solenopsis xyloni Unknown Ant - Monomorium Worker Ant - Solenopsis molesta Found 1 lonely large ant late at night  - Solenopsis invicta Possibly Monomorium viridum? - Monomorium viridum Solenopsis picta Formicidae - Monomorium ergatogyna

 
 
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