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Post by salden »


I noticed that there are always ants around this "brown thing" on this one plant. This is early morning, so there were only two ants "guarding" this thing. Usually, there is an army of ants and probably will be later this morning once the sun comes up a bit more.
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Must be something sweet in it. You captured these ants really well Sue. :wink:

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Post by Mike B in OKlahoma »

The ants are marching one by one, hurrah--hurrah! :D

Any ant pic is a good pic. I do wonder what is in the brown thing, too.

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Post by paul »

Very nice ant shots, Sue. Let us know when you figured out the puzzle!
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Post by beetleman »

Could it be a Treehopper of some kind? Like the ones that look like thorns?
Super ant photo Sue....I have yet to take one (a good one) :cry:
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