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Host queen - Temnothorax schaumii - female

Host queen - Temnothorax schaumii - Female
Swannanoa, Buncombe County, North Carolina, USA
April 2, 2011
She was found with Protomognathus workers, and a few host workers, probably Temnothorax curvispinosus (which I currently can't seem to find the pics of).

Found in mixed nest with .

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Host queen - Temnothorax schaumii - female Host queen - Temnothorax schaumii - female Protomognathus americanus - Temnothorax schaumii - female

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Unlinked images
I unlinked these from the other one and added thumbnails to keep them associated. I'd recommend changing the name of this set, since Dr. Trager doesn't think the queen is Protomognathus. See comments at worker thumbnail above for identification by Trager.

 
Thanks a bunch Ben. I just ha
Thanks a bunch Ben. I just hadn't gotten around to it yet..

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