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?? - Pseudomyrmex

?? - Pseudomyrmex
Sarasota County, Florida, USA
July 12, 2013
Found on a citrus leaf. Anyone know whats going on here? Dead with fungus? No problem with frassing.

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?? - Pseudomyrmex ?? - Pseudomyrmex

gracilis
Definitely gracilis- only species with that color pattern on thorax in Florida (or in the states in general for that matter)- see here

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

No, don't frass
Lovely fungus attack!

 
o.k.
Looking forward to see where this ends up. Thanks.

 
We hope someone will recognize the ant
and it can then be moved there.

 
It is the remains of a Pseudo
It is the remains of a Pseudomyrmex sp. Possibly P. gracilis. If J. Trager sees this he may have a better idea.

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