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samreid007 wrote:
8 hrs ago
I think that it is a young meat ant queen looking to establish a nest. It can be quite common to see mating flights and young queens on warm, cal...

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samreid007 wrote:
11 hrs ago
I think you may have uploaded the wrong picture roachie, or accidentally chosen the Myrmecia (ant) genus.

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samreid007 wrote:
11 hrs ago
It's great to see some pictures of winged ants. It looks like a Myrmecia pyriformis alate, but it's a little hard to be 100% sure.

Ant Myrmecia sp. (genus) (Bull ant or Jack Jumper)
25 Mar 2017
Note: I'm using this as a test sighting for some maintenance work... (Photo intentionally missing)

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CedricBearSignificant Sighting - CedricBear has made a recognised, significant sighting!Bulk Reporter - CedricBear has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
25 Mar 2017
Thanks for the identification Roger

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