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Formica Exsectoides


It's an anthill. We found it in the park near the big house on the way to St. Teresita.


Terrestrial hábitat: Forest: It is an ecosystem where the dominant vegetation is constitute by trees. These plant communities function as habitats for animals and other plants that occur around him, like mushrooms , ferns .

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Student 5 years ago
Formica Exsectoides

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armonia-20156 5 years ago

Que buenaa fotoo

armonia-20152 5 years ago

I'm sure it's an anthill. Check the knew ID.

Etcheverry Boneo
Spotted by a stud ent at Etcheverry Boneo

BA, Argentina

Spotted on Jun 3, 2015
Submitted on Jun 16, 2015

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