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Field ant mound

Formica

Notes:

I'm unsure of the identification. There are two mounds right next to each other in a power line corridor. They're approximately four feet in diameter. I couldn't stay for long, as the ants weren't pleased that I was standing on their house, and began to bite.



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2 Comments

MattRittenhouse
MattRittenhouse 7 years ago

Thanks. I think these mounds have been there for years, I was surprised to see them.

Ava T-B
Ava T-B 7 years ago

Nice series.

MattRittenhouse
Spotted by
MattRittenhouse

Windham, New Hampshire, USA

Lat: 42.80, Long: -71.30

Spotted on Jun 18, 2012
Submitted on Jul 5, 2012

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