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Genus Camponotus - Carpenter Ants

 
 
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Carpenter ant with aphids - Camponotus modoc Large Black Ant - Camponotus herculeanus Larged, winged ant - Camponotus modoc Camponotus laevigatus - Camponotus laevissimus - female What Specie is this? (Binomial name please) - Camponotus herculeanus queen - Camponotus novaeboracensis - female Camponotus? - Camponotus schaefferi Major Worker Carpenter Ant - Camponotus modoc - female


dark Carpenter Ant with reddish antennae - Camponotus novogranadensis

Ant ID Request - Camponotus nearcticus Camponotus nearcticus - major worker - Camponotus nearcticus ant - Camponotus nearcticus ant - Camponotus subbarbatus Camponotus hyatti nearctic carpenter ant - Camponotus nearcticus - female Brown and black ant - Camponotus subbarbatus carpenter ant - Camponotus nearcticus

ants - Camponotus planatus Camponotus - Camponotus planatus Large Black Ant - Camponotus mina Trying to ID this ant - I thought it might be a carpenter ant, but it is arguable if this can be considered a heart shaped head. - Camponotus planatus Ant with Summit Disease - Camponotus planatus Ant - Camponotus planatus Camponotus floridanus ? - Camponotus planatus - female Camponotus planatus

 
 
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