What are these?

Help with identifying the species your ants

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Bergreen
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What are these?

Post: # 34897Post Bergreen
Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:46 am

I was searching for pogonomyrmex here in North Dallas the other day and I know they like open nests so I started thinking of a baseball diamond because they have good drainage and tend to stay dry. The field I was searching in was full of fire ants but I did see this humble mound, definitely not fire ant. I know it can be hard to identify without a microscope or a clear view of the gaster. Here is the video:

https://www.facebook.com/tyler.bergreen/videos/1706496589396166/

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antnest8
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Re: What are these?

Post: # 34932Post antnest8
Sun Apr 08, 2018 5:51 pm

a good way to ID them would be to catch a worker or two and take pics at your house :D
almost one year of ant keeping :D

keeping:
a restarting camponotus queen
one crematogaster queen
and a bunch of lasius umbratus queens (to lazy to count them all) :lol:

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Bergreen
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Re: What are these?

Post: # 34940Post Bergreen
Sun Apr 08, 2018 8:24 pm

you mean like a macro shot with digital zoom? or in a test tube

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antnest8
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Re: What are these?

Post: # 34948Post antnest8
Mon Apr 09, 2018 2:08 pm

macro shots would be nice and do you know the size of the ants
almost one year of ant keeping :D

keeping:
a restarting camponotus queen
one crematogaster queen
and a bunch of lasius umbratus queens (to lazy to count them all) :lol:

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