It is my last day in south France and since I have been here I have seen lots of different species of ants without looking for them. I know they have a lot of species here but I didn't think I would see as many. So far I have seen Formica both red/black and black. Crematogastor sharing a trail on a Maple tree with Lasius brunneus Messor, Camponotus and a really small Lasius species maybe Lasius lasioides.
Posts: 18,961 Country: England Pets: Ants, 1 Canary, 5 Finches, 2 dogs and 1 wife Favourite Ant: Formica rufa & Camponotus habereri I Like: Daleks, History and good movies. I Hate: Very spicy food and hot curry. I Am: A Senior Citizen Likes: 4,782
Country: UK Pets: Ants I have: Pheidole pallidula, Messor cf. meridionale, Formica sanguinea, Formica lemani, Camponotus cruentatus, Camponotus barbaricus, Camponotus cosmicus, Crematogaster scutellaris, Crematogaster sp. and Lasius niger Favourite Ant: Myrmecia Likes: 196