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December 2014 - Western Thatching Ant
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Western Thatching Ant, Formica obscuripes
Western Thatching Ant, Formica obscuripes
Ants are identified by the distinctive structure that makes up their very slender waists as well as their bent antennae. They live in colonies - some of which have millions of ants, all organized into a fascinating society, with divisions of labour and communication between individuals. The Western Thatching Ant is native to North America. The colonies produce large mounds that are covered with plant material.
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