Monday Night Mystery: Who Lives Where?

Here are six ant nests:



And here are six ants:



To earn Myrmecos points, be the first to match each mystery nest to ant species that lives there.

The cumulative points winner for the month of December will win their choice of:

1) A guest post here on Myrmecos
2) Any 8×10 print from my insect photography galleries
3) A myrmecos t-shirt

Good luck!


11 thoughts on “Monday Night Mystery: Who Lives Where?”

  1. Igor, I think that 3 is a major worker of Pheidole sp. 4 – seems to me – possibly is a worker of Atta laevigata. 5 is a worker of Oecophylla longinoda.

  2. a-5 Weaver ant, obviously nests in leaves that are weaved together.
    b-3 Pogonomyrmex sp. the entrance and out area looks familiar.
    c-1 Pheidole sp. not to sure about this one.
    d-6 Camponotus sp. again, not to sure about this one. I’m confident in the other picks and this pair were the last two left.
    e-2 Crematogaster sp. so I’m going to say this one live in the thorny tree.
    f-4 Atta sp. has huge nests so obviously 4.

  3. A=5 Oecophylla
    B=1 Pogonomyrmex
    C=3 Pheidole
    D=6 Camponotus
    E=2 Crematogaster
    F=4 Atta

    I’m late, and my guess looks like everybody else’s. No shirt for me!

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