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04.01.2016 22:55, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49813

It's either Camponotus japonicus (more likely), or C. saxatilis

04.01.2016 22:51, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49788

Same Lasius fuji

04.01.2016 22:50, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49787

With a high probability it is working Lasius (Dendrolasius) fuji Radchenko, 2005

04.01.2016 22:43, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49785

Formica s. str.

04.01.2016 22:42, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49784

Formica s. str.

04.01.2016 22:39, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49814

Yes, it is most likely a female Camponotus sachalinensis

09.12.2015 22:34, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49786

Work Formica fusca with prey

09.12.2015 22:27, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49789

Camponotus sachalinensis

09.12.2015 22:24, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49783

Myrmica ?rubra

09.12.2015 22:24, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49782

Myrmica ?rubra

09.12.2015 22:23, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49781

Formica cunicularia

09.12.2015 22:22, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49779

Formica cunicularia

09.12.2015 22:22, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49778

Work Formica cunicularia

09.12.2015 22:20, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49777

Blue Formica pratensis received seed, probably from the author photo

09.12.2015 22:17, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49776

Formica pratensis

09.12.2015 22:17, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49775

Myrmica ?rubra

09.12.2015 22:16, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49774

workers Formica pratensis produced caterpillar

09.12.2015 22:14, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49773

Working Myrmica? Rubra colonies of aphids

09.12.2015 22:11, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #49790

It is likely that the female is fertilized Camponotus sachalinensis Forel, 1904

23.11.2015 21:45, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #48459

This is a working Camponotus maculatus, as other pictures of Hurghada

18.11.2015 15:24, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #48460

It's Camponotus maculatus soldier.

18.11.2015 15:23, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #48458

Here, too, a fine work, but filled with a paunch.

18.11.2015 15:22, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #48457

All images marked Camponotus sp. from Hurghada (Egypt), different workers subkasty Camponotus (Tanaemyrmex) maculatus (Fabricius, 1782). Here, the fine work.

16.11.2015 20:30, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #47769

This small working Camponotus (Tanaemyrmex) maculatus (Fabricius, 1782)

16.11.2015 20:09, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #47770

This photo male Camponotus (Tanaemyrmex) maculatus (Fabricius, 1782). Kind is very common in Egypt.

16.11.2015 19:59, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #47771

I agree that the view from the group Formica rufa. Belonging to F. polyctena this snapshot can not be established.

16.11.2015 19:56, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #47954

In this type of shot can be determined in the best case to the subgenus Chthonolasius. This female may belong as a species L. umbratus, and L. mixtus. The latter seems more likely due to the complete lack of hair separated (at least, they are not visible in the photo).

10.11.2015 23:00, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #42720

Tolerated. Especially that for this kind of Vladivostok leads itself Kupyanskaya (1990).

10.11.2015 21:17, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #42720

According to an adjacent dense pubescence abdomen isCamponotus japonicus

10.11.2015 19:53, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #42719

Initial definitionCamponotus(s. Str.), More precisely in the monograph look AN Kupyansk and write later.

10.11.2015 19:50, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #42720

Initial definitionCamponotus(s. Str.), More precisely in the monograph look AN Kupyansk and write later.

10.11.2015 19:37, Vladimir Zryanin: comment on photo #45245

It is not Serviformica or even tribe Formicini, and Camponotus (judging by geographyCamponotus herculeanus)

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