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Carpenter Ants 

Camponotus spp.

  • Large ant species; lack of spines (or thorns) on the thorax and/or petiole
  • Polymorphic worker; monogynous ant**
  • Nest in woods and tree structure; an area that is high moisture
  • Structural pest ants; will bite if nest was disturbed

**Monomorphic: all ants in a colony are in the same size; Polymorphic: ants in a colony are in multiple sizes; Monogynous; 1 queen; Polygynous; multiple queens

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