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Carpenter Ant

Camponotus quadrisectus


This is a queen alate which means a young queen ant with wings. The wings are removed once they start their colonies. The queens measuring 15-17 mm and are reddish brown in color. They have strong bite, and the workers can carve numerous tunnels inside wood.


In the garden of a cold spring resort. On the railing after dark.

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Paranas, Eastern Visayas, Philippines

Spotted on Mar 8, 2024
Submitted on May 2, 2024

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