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Photo#370125
Camponotus vicinus & queen? - Camponotus vicinus

Camponotus vicinus & queen? - Camponotus vicinus
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
February 7, 2010
Size: Various

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Camponotus vicinus & male - Camponotus vicinus - male Camponotus vicinus & queen? - Camponotus vicinus

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Camponotus vicinus - workers and male
Reproductive females are at least as large as the major (largest) - workers. The small black wasp-like creature is a male.

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