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It looks like a carpenter ant to me. If I look on Google. They are one node ants. And their backs look the same...more or less...and their hairs also...what do you think and if so...have you dealt with carpenter ants before? What can u tell me about them
One issue I think I have is mold...in the entrance of this cotton where I feed water..doesn't that look like mold? Should I move the queen out? Or what? And if I have to move her our...how do I do that?
okay after more Google I've found its not a carpenter ant...doesn't even come close to living in my continent. So now I'm still stuck. Plz guys help me...my queen can't rule her nest without a proper name..what will they call her??!!
Unfortunately we are not proffesional entomologists, we are all amateur hobbyists here. IDs can only be done in a lab under a microscope by an entomologist. Most of them happen to frequent facebook if you can get them to answer. We do not do like other forums, and fob you off with any answer that might fit. If members here don't know then it will go unanswered, sorry.