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Large red winged ant - Camponotus castaneus

Large red winged ant - Camponotus castaneus
Pryor, Mayes County, Oklahoma, USA
June 28, 2013
Size: around 15 mm

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MrILTA is absolutely right about the size of this ant, not to mention the gap between the clypeal border and antennal base, shape of the petiole, mandibular dentition, and configuration of thoracic sclerites that make this Camponotus.

F. pallidefulva at 15mm long!
F. pallidefulva at 15mm long!? It looks more like Camponotus castaneus to me.

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