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acrobat ants?  - Prenolepis imparis

acrobat ants? - Prenolepis imparis
Prospect Hill, Caswell County, North Carolina, USA
October 15, 2009

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acrobat ants?  - Prenolepis imparis acrobat ants?  - Formica biophilica

I agree MrILTA
Prenolepis imparis and a lone Formica biophilica.

(I'll move the other image, with two of the latter, to that species.)

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Moved from ID Request.

No.
Maybe false honey ants or something, but not Crematogaster. I see a couple of carpenter ants as well (Camponotus sp.).

 
The small black ones with poi
The small black ones with pointed abdomens are Prenolepis imparis, the larger red one looks like a Formica but I really can not tell which.

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