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Photo#480362
Army Ant - Labidus coecus

Army Ant - Labidus coecus
Concan, Uvalde County, Texas, USA
March 24, 2010

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Army Ant - Labidus coecus Army Ant - Labidus coecus

Moved
Moved from Legionary Ants.

Maybe not
I'm not convinced this is Neivamyrmex, at least not N. swainsoni. Also, it would be helpful to have a fairly precise body length in millimeters, please.

 
without a good shot in full f
without a good shot in full face it could go three ways, N.pilosus, N. swainsonii or Labidus coecus. The mandible from what can be seen appears to rule out N. pilosus though.

Moved

Reminds us of

We'll keep looking. Nice images!

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