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Queen Size Comparison - Camponotus pennsylvanicus - female

Queen Size Comparison - Camponotus pennsylvanicus - Female
Basking Ridge, Somerset County, New Jersey, USA
December 5, 2012

We need more of these at the guide.
Nice image of the female castes together.

I have 6 so far, and I started this like half way through winter! There's over 18 species of ant in my yard, and even more in the woods next to the field near my house (Which is across the street and through my neighbor's back yard) During the summer I'll have a lot more.

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