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Camponotus? - Camponotus chromaiodes

Camponotus? - Camponotus chromaiodes
Canton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, USA
April 15, 2006
Size: 8mm
It's carying a citronella ant in it's jaws.

Moved from Carpenter Ants.
Identified by Adam Lazarus on my pbase site.

Camponotus - minor worker
Sorry for having overlooked this picture until now. I suspect this one species is already present in this Guide, sexual female(s) included. This minor worker is a bit Formica-like with her silky head and abdomen, but the outline of the thorax is typically Camponotus.

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