Queen, beach, Denmark

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Kasparekcz
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Queen, beach, Denmark

Post: # 57511Post Kasparekcz
Sun Apr 21, 2019 4:12 pm

Today (21st April) I spotted this queen on a beach in Northern Denmark (Tisvilde). She was pretty aggressive, seemed to search for a place to nest. Possibly was pissed, as she was just few cm from the seawater? Any idea what species is that? Lenghth around 10-13 mm not sure.
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Kasparekcz
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Re: Queen, beach, Denmark

Post: # 58205Post Kasparekcz
Mon May 13, 2019 5:11 am

Just trying to revive this post....still wondering what did I find. Any ideas?

JoeHostile1
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Re: Queen, beach, Denmark

Post: # 58214Post JoeHostile1
Mon May 13, 2019 10:21 am

You can try for an ID here.
http://www.formiculture.com/

Did you keep it?
Keeping:
Tetramorium immigrans * Lasius Neoniger * Lasius Claviger * Messor Aciculatus * Myrmica Rubra * Camponotus Novaeboracensis * Camponotus Turkastanus * Pheidole Pallidula

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSfFtn6RegZ3F1NdS1g08NA

TheRealAntMan
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Re: Queen, beach, Denmark

Post: # 58256Post TheRealAntMan
Tue May 14, 2019 8:37 pm

Parasitic Formica.
An ants' strength can be rivaled by few animals compared to relative body size.

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