Just testing. Will delete.
Very excited to see a Monarch! This male is missing a chunk from the right hindwing.
Found while gardening.
On honey vine climbing milkweed.
Done in by a Cooper's.
-red brown ant
-abdomen a round cone shape
- 0.2 cm
- color: light red brown
- worker ant
- abdomen rounded cone shape
- 0.1 cm
- 0.4 cm
- has post-petiolar and epinotal
- has small black hairs
- light brown color
- 6 legs
- small hairs all over
- 0.7 cm long
This is a queen ant who has recently lost her wings. This indicates that she is probably a founder queen.
Bad pics, but good enough to see that it's melanistic!
Saw it on lavender plants outside of the GW Psychology Dept. building.
Caught in a Yellow UV(-) pan trap left out from 10:30am to 3pm. In the Hymenoptera order.
Caught in a Blue UV pan trap left out from 10:30am to 3pm.
Caught on a cone flower outside GW Textile Museum.
Caught on a lavender bush outside GW Gelman Library.
A group of 4 deer were grazing on the grass along the edge of the back forest between the soccer field and the woods. They seemed unstartled even as our class walked in the area.
- 6 legs
- upper body a darker color then lower