Idetifying A Pheidole SP.

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PTasker15
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Location: Crosby,TX

Idetifying A Pheidole SP.

Post: # 32332Post PTasker15
Sat Oct 14, 2017 1:57 pm

https://youtu.be/3ANVcyqswio

Its Hard To Seem Them.So The Are Orange,And 2.5 MM.The Majors Are Orange And Some Are Maroon/Black.They Are 3.2 MM.And The Queen Varies From Black To A Light Maroon.The Queen Ranges Around From 4 MM To The Length Of A Dime.I'm Guessing Its Pheidole Spp.Caught In 77532 TX,Crosby.They Seem Pretty Common-Note;The Queen Is NEVER Accompanied By A Co-Whored-Which Is Why Its So Easy To Catch Her.
Colonies:
1 Tetramourium Binarcairtum
1 Crematogaster Biroi
Founding:
3 Camponotus Deciepens
7 Camponotus Ceastaus
1 Strumigenys Rogeri
1 Dormyrmex Bureni
6 Nylanderia Terricola
4 Brachymyrmex Pataginicus
Dream Species-Atta Texana

AntsDakota
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Location: South Dakota

Re: Idetifying A Pheidole SP.

Post: # 35435Post AntsDakota
Wed Apr 25, 2018 9:44 pm

Not clear enough.

And, Pheidole is the most diverse ant genus in the world, with over 2,000 species. Most of them look the same. So it would be very difficult to identify the exact species. Fortunately, most all Pheidole species have the same care.
"God made every kind of wild beasts and every kind of livestock and every kind of creeping things;" (including ants) "and God saw that it was good." Genesis 1:25

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