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Martialis
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Ant Links

Post: # 16396Post Martialis
Tue Jan 24, 2017 11:48 am

Please feel free to post the links you sue to identify or find information on your ants here. I do ask two things for this list: please don't post links to extermination sites and obey rule 12 especially. It's embedded below.
12) Posting of web links that lead to spam, adult, hack, or other harmful sites will result in instant ban of your account!
I'll star by posting two keys I've used and like.

http://acad.carleton.edu/curricular/BIOL/resources/ant/identificationguide.html

http://hol.osu.edu/index.html?id=341911
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Tetramorium sp.

Crematogaster sp.

Past Queens/colonies:

Ponera pennsylvanica

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Re: Ant Links

Post: # 16478Post SpeciesK
Fri Jan 27, 2017 7:33 am

I went to both of those links. The first goes to ant keys but I couldn't figure out what the second one is for. It is info but what is the info?

Martialis
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Re: Ant Links

Post: # 16487Post Martialis
Fri Jan 27, 2017 9:51 am

The second one is an archive. Type in a ant genus or species and it pops up with that ant. From there you can click on the various drop-down menus to find their habitat, distribution, and even nuptial flights (in literature). Another good site is http://antmaps.org.
Keeper of

Tetramorium sp.

Crematogaster sp.

Past Queens/colonies:

Ponera pennsylvanica

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