Unknown one

Unknown one

Postby pderennes on 19 Aug 2017, 07:12

Hello,

It was shot in Loire-Atlantique, western France, may be sunbathing on a wall of a house, in a garden near a small deciduous wood.

August 15th 2017, around 4-5 mm ...

Is it possible to go to family and genus level with this picture ?

Thanks a lot ! :wink:
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Re: Unknown one

Postby pderennes on 20 Aug 2017, 11:30

Hello,

With those rounded antenna's segments, could it be a PROCTOTRUPOIDEA ? :idea: :roll:
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Re: Unknown one

Postby proctos on 20 Aug 2017, 13:30

This is the winged female ant.
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Re: Unknown one

Postby pderennes on 20 Aug 2017, 18:03

Oooh, :shock:

Thank you very much !! :D

And sorry for the wrong post in the wrong sub-forum :roll:
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Re: Unknown one

Postby Astava on 29 Aug 2017, 21:17

For me this looks like a winged male ant. Tribe Myrmicini - maybe Myrmica sp.

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Re: Unknown one

Postby pderennes on 29 Sep 2017, 19:05

Thanks a lot !! :D

Yes indeed, led on the track told from Proctos I began to search in my books and on the web, and the head is one of a male ...

Then I found this key :

http://www.antwiki.org/wiki/Key_to_Myrmica_of_West_Europe_and_North_Africa#5M

... Unfortunately I have no lateral view of this one ... :shock:
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