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Desert Ant

Cataglyphis fortis

Description:

These tiny ants were all over - more than could possibly be counted because they were everywhere I looked. Small and black with a raised and pointed tail section that gives this ant a very menacing look.

Habitat:

Dry, arid desert. In this case the Giza Plateau, dodging tourists.

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مدينة السادس من أكتوبر, محافظة الجيزة‎, Egypt

Spotted on Apr 1, 2010
Submitted on Nov 11, 2011

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