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Img 9265 - Labidus coecus

Img 9265 - Labidus coecus
Bandera County, Texas, USA
March 22, 2014

Moved from Labidus.

Just curious...
Given Dr. Trager's comment, can you tell us how you were able to identify both the genus and species?

Many thanks!

Not 100% on this trait
I didn't look through too many specimens, but from the images that I've been able to find online and the few specimens I checked, the wing cells of male Labidus near the pterostigma/tip of the wing are more "square" than the male Neivamyrmex.

Moved from Army Ants.

Moved from Army Ants.

Can't tell which genus without dimensions and a lateral view.

Moved from ID Request.

Thinking something along these lines:

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