Entomology 642839 (MCZ:Ent:642839); Formica subsericea; North America: United States: North Carolina: Wake; [no specific locality data]; Animalia Arthropoda Hexapoda Insecta Pterygota Hymenoptera Apocrita Vespoidea Formicidae Formicinae Formicini Formica subsericea; 2018. Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Georgia. Ann. Mountain ants of Nevada. Energy, Savannah River Ecology Lab., Aiken, SC., Report SRO-NERP-14, 56 p. Viereck H. L. 1903. 2002. Ipser, R.M., M.A. Krzysik, D.A. Myrmecocystus mexicanus in a Mini Hearth formicarium. Adorable little squiggle babies : D I need to come up with a good name now. Ant diversity and distribution in Acadia National Park, Maine. Northeastern Naturalist 9(3): 267-284. Graham, J.H., A.J. Myrmica incompleta. The Ants of Ohio (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). The ants of the Kildeer plain area of Ohio (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). Environmental Entomology 46(3): 470–479. A., and R. L. Brown. Distribution: They prefer woodland habitats but can be found in semi-urbanized areas including suburban neighbourhoods. Wheeler W. M. 1928. An Undergraduate Honors, University of Arkansas. Wheeler J. N., G. C. Wheeler, R. J. Lavigne, T. A. Christiansen, and D. E. Wheeler. (she is in the lower right). The slave-making ant, Formica sanguinea subintegra Emery, its raids, nuptual flights and nest structure. Am. Queen part of Formica Fusca group. 40(6): 1397-1404. The ants of Utah. Sociobiology 42(3): 701-713. [part]. Prairie Nat. Wheeler, G.C. Their gasters have a silvery sheen in the sunlight. Qué. Community Structure, Ecological and Behavioral Traits of Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Massachusetts Open and Forested Habitats. Ayre. General D., and L. Thompson. Jahrb. Hill. Journal of Hymenoptera Research 70: 65–87. The Hymenoptera, or wasp-like insects, of Connecticut. Distribution based on Regional Taxon Lists, References based on Global Ant Biodiversity Informatics, Key to Nearctic Formica fusca group males, Key to Nearctic Formica fusca group queens, Key to Nearctic Formica fusca group workers, Online Catalogue of the Ants of the World. A., M. D. Taylor, C. R. Allen, and T. P. Spira. Out of stock. Checklist of the ants of Michigan (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Zoologischer Anzeiger 101(7): 202-221. Wheeler W. M. 1905. Browse more videos. The ants (Formicidae). An annotated list of the ants of Maine (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Rarity and Diversity in Forest Ant Assemblages of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Deyrup, M. 2003. 1 … and R.L. J. American Journal of Botany 68(1): 72-79. 2007. Wheeler W. M. 1916. 2005. Deyrup M., C. Johnson, G. C. Wheeler, J. Wheeler. Wheeler G. C., and E. W. Wheeler. Combining both inspirational and timeless looks, including characteristic such as horizontal graining, light, dark and neutralised shades. Sci. Del Toro I., K. Towle, D. N. Morrison, and S. L. Pelini. Frye J. Camponotus castaneus Queen with first workers and pupae (1-3 workers, 6-8 pupae) available. 1988. Texas Tech University 30:1-76. 1963. Clark Adam. A., T. Frye, and T. W. Suman. Interacting effects of urbanization and coastal gradients on ant thermal responses. I have had a couple of Formica subsericea colonies for over two years now, and I would like to paint you a picture of the life of my favorite Formica subsericea colony. A Functional Comparison of Swimming Behavior in Two Temperate Forest Ants (, Mayr, G. 1886d. Espadaler, X., Santamaria, S. 2012. An annotated list of the ants of Idaho (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Formicoidea. UPDATE: September 1st, 2009 - Two Formica subsericea Queens are better than One! 1940. and J. Wheeler. Toennisson T. A., N. J. Sanders, W. E. Klingeman, and K. M. Vail. Fauna of New England. The Florida Entomologist 87(3) 253-260. Zootaxa 4554 (2): 532–560. 2008. An annoted list of the ants of Staten Island and Long Island, N. Y. Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 17(1): 1-25. 1979. Environmental Entomology. Trans. 1990. 29: 579-586. Queen: 11mm Worker/s: 4-6mm History: Otherwise known as the Black Field Ant or Silky Field Ant. Zur Kenntnis der Ameisenfauna von Sudlabrador. Fully Claustral/Semi-Claustral/Social Parasites: Fully Claustral Setup (Out… Kannowski. Zootaxa 3552: 1-36. 3: 1-316 (page 172, revived from synonymy, raised to species, and senior synonym of lecontei), Gripshover, N. D., S. P. Yanoviak, and E. M. Gora. Canadian Field-Naturalist 119(1): 38-42. Northeastern Naturalist 20: 1-12. Deyrup M. 2016. Entomol. 2017. The ant fauna of inland sand dune communities in Worcester County, Maryland. Formica queens often stop laying eggs as autumn approaches, because members of this genus do not keep any brood over the winter. Nests of F. subsericea are usually deep and the nest entrance is often in a dead log or adjacent to large stones. Mém. Ants of North Dakota. Northeastern Naturalist, 21(3): 446-471. Revision taxonomique des especes nearctiques du group fusca, genre Formica. Tanquary M. C. 1912. Environ. Specimen Data from Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard, Lynch J. F. 1988. Wesson L. G., and R. G. Wesson. Révision taxonomique des espèces néarctiques du groupe fusca, genre Formica (Formicidae, Hymenoptera). Entomological News. Brinkman, W.A. Ants of the Formica fusca group in Florida. 29: 56-87. Bull. The following information is derived from Barry Bolton's Online Catalogue of the Ants of the World. Ants collected during the 25th Annual Cross Expedition at Tims Ford State Park, Franklin County, Tennessee. Eidmann V. H., and H. Münden. Status: Formica rubicunda is named for the bright reddish coloration of these ants (rubicunda is based on the Latin for reddish or ruddy) (Ellison et al., 2012). 115(1–4): 28–32. 1937. The Great Lakes Entomologist 26(4): 297-310. 242 pages. Lessard J. P., R. R. Dunn, C. R. Parker, and N. J. Sanders. Forster J.A. 2014. Formicidae. Formica subsericea Index. An Annotated list of the ants of Illionois. Occasional Papers of the Boston Society of Natural History 7: 1-24. Sturtevant A. H. 1931. Soc. Formica Group is a leading manufacturer of branded, designed surfacing and countertop solutions for commercial and residential customers worldwide. 2014. 2010. Colony with 6-10 workers, queen, brood available. Their gasters have a silvery sheen in the sunlight. The ants of Ashtabula County, Ohio (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). Johnson R. Personnal Database. Ants of North Carolina: an updated list (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Posted 3 years ago 11 notes . Monomorium minimum. Ohio Biological Survey, Inc. 15(2): 1-207. A preliminary list of the ants of Kansas (Hymenoptera, Formicidae). Ecology 60(6): 1211-1224. Guénard B., K. A. Mccaffrey, A. Out of stock. Identity Taxonomic Tree Distribution Table Natural enemy of Distribution Maps Summary. Lessard, J.-P., R. R. Dunn and N. J. Sanders. Subfamilies Ecitoninae, Ponerinae, Pseudomyrmecinae, Dolichoderinae, and Formicinae. New distributional records of ants in Arkansas. Rafiqi, A.M., Rajakumar, A., Abouheif, E. 2020. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 33: 560-577. Formiche del Nord America raccolte dal Prof. F. Silvestri. Consequences of Forest Clear-Cuts for Native and Nonindigenous Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Dowloaded on 5th February 2014 at. Entomol. Ant diversity in pitcher-plant bogs of Massachussetts. Cole A. C., Jr. 1942. Verh. 5 years ago | 7 views. Ecto- and Endoparasitic Fungi on Ants from the Holarctic Region. Cokendolpher J. C., and O. F. Francke. Menozzi C. 1932. Environ. Wheeler W. M. 1908. Soc. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. New ants from Ohio and Indiana, Formica prociliata, F. querquetulana, F. postoculata and F. lecontei, (Formicidae: Hymenoptera). Wheeler G. C., and J. Wheeler. Lubertazi, D. Personal Communication. Ground-inhabiting ants collected in a mixed hardwood southern Appalachian forest in Eastern Tennessee. (Convolvulaceae). Playing next. The ants of Mountain Lake, Virginia. The habits of Ponera and Stigmatomma. 40(5): 1067-1073. Procter W. 1938. © 2018-2019 Antsylvania Ant Adoption. 1922. 2000. Entomol. Coovert, G.A. Personal Communication. and JV.G. 2003. Le Naturaliste Canadien 100(3): 195-235. 18pages. Ants of Nantucket Island, Mass. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. 2012. Wheeler W. M. 1900. They prefer 22-26 Celsius and like around 50% humidity, though there is slight variation across species. 217 pages, DuBois M. B. Los Angeles: Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, vii + 138 pp. 1973. Drummond F. A., A. M. llison, E. Groden, and G. D. Ouellette. Portici. Ive never kept a colony journal before, so I am super excited to start one now! When the workers of the slave-making species … Geogr. Ant Diversity Sampling on the Southern Cumberland Plateau: A Comparison of Litter Sifting and Pitfall Trapping. Longino, J.T. Ipser R. M. 2004. Choate B., and F. A. Drummond. Ruano, F., Hefetz, A., Lenoir, A., Francke, W., Tinaut, A. Southeastern Naturalist 1: 215-228. The enslaved species belong to the Formica neogagates, fusca, and pallidefulva species groups. Balbach. 1981. 104: 1-585 (page 532, Junior synonym of fusca), Emery, C. 1893k. 2013. Formica Subsericea Ant Queen With Eggs. MacGown J. Choate B., and F. A. Drummond. O'Neill J.C. and Dowling A.P.G. A list of Iowa ants. Mahon M. B., K. U. Campbell, and T. O. Crist. This species is a host for the fungus Laboulbenia formicarum (a pathogen) (Espadaler & Santamaria, 2012). 2: 43-69. Related Videos. 2005. Terrestrial arthropods of Canadian Peatlands: Synopsis of pan trap collections at four southern Ontario peatlands. Formica subsericea is known to be enslaved by Formica densiventris, Formica densiventris, Formica pergandei and Polyergus mexicanus, and to be a host for the temporary parasites Formica dakotensis and probably Formica knighti. MacGown, J.A. The ants of North America. 4: 137-142. Unless otherwise noted the text for the remainder of this section is reported from the publication that includes the original description. Wallace, C. Chamberlin-Graham, J.P. Nutter and H.E. Inventaire des fourmis de la Station de Biologie de l'Universite de Montreal, St-Hippolyte, Quebec (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science 62: 148-150. Environ. Le Naturaliste Canadien 98(4): 591-606. History: Otherwise known as the Black Field Ant or Silky Field Ant. 6-8 workers. Environmental Entomology. Abundance, diversity and activity of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in oak-dominated mixed Appalachian forests treated with microbial pesticides. 1989. 2011. integra feeds on other arthropods like sawfly larvae, bark beetles, termites, honey bees and tends aphids, psyllids and scale insects for honeydew. Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Rockwood Park, New Brunswick: An assessment of species richness and habitat. Zool. and J. Wheeler. Headley A. E. 1943. State Biological Survey of Kansas. The Ants of Ohio (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) Ohio Biological Survey Bulletin New Series Volume 15(2):1-196. Beckmann R. L., and J. M. Stucky. Entomol. Extrafloral Nectaries and Plant Guarding in Ipomoea pandurata (L.) G. F. W. Mey. Psyche Article ID 168478, 10 pages (doi:10.1155/2012/168478). The Ants (hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Alabama. Jour. This is our collection of most of the field ants, or Serviformica. 2009. 1981. An Annotated List of the Ants of Maine (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). New records of ants in Kansas, III. A checklist of the ants of Wyoming. CRC Press, 423 pages. 1994. I found this queen today after a heavy rain storm. 2016. Part II. 1989. Lopez R., and D. A. Potter. 2004. 2005. A., J. G. Hill, and R. L. Brown. Psyche (Cambridge) 41: 221-227. Philadelphia: Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, 496 pp. The ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of the Savannah River Plant, South Carolina. The influence of insecticides and vegetation in structuring Formica Mound ant communities (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Maine lowbush blueberry. Heithaus R. E., and M. Humes. Hayes W. P. 1925. In addition to the ant colony, your purchase will include the following: While we prefer that most transactions be carried out in person at a time and location agreed upon by Antsylvania and the customer, shipping options will be provided once an online transaction is completed. Wilson E. O., and A. Francoeur. 1933. Florida Entomologist 57: 115-116. 0:36. Florida Entomologist 72: 91-101. OHIO J. SCI. Variation in Communities of Seed-Dispersing Ants in Habitats with Different Disturbance in Knox County, Ohio. Oecologia 161(1):161-171. 2017. Northeastern Naturalist 21(1): 1-12. Native and exotic ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Georgia: Ecological Relationships with implications for development of biologically-based management strategies. 2020. Most field ants pass their days contentedly building their shallow, low-mound nests near rocks and trees, blissfully unaware of a dark underworld i… A Survey of Ground-Dwelling Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Georgia. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 24: 155-156. A colony of formica subsericea with 10-15 workers. Survey of the ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of the Tombigbee National Forest in Mississippi. Memoires de la Societe Entomologique du Quebec 3: 1-316. Great Lakes Entomologist 26:1:297-310, Wheeler, G.C., J. Wheeler, T.D. $80-$100. Wheeler G. C., and J. Wheeler. Formica subsericea queen resting amidst her work. and S.A. Marshall. Ant species assembly in constructed grasslands isstructured at patch and landscape levels. 1978. Hymenoptera of Beulah, New Mexico. MUSEUM RECORDS COLLATED BY ISRAEL DEL TORO. Wien 36: 419-464 (page 426, Junior synonym of fusca), Say, T. 1836. 41(2): 222-232. Francoeur. 1: 209-305 (page 289, worker, male described). Kittelson P. M., M. P. Priebe, and P. J. Graeve. -G. Pilon. Wheeler W. M. 1913. Great Basin Naturalist 35(4):379-396, Wheeler, G.C. The workers emerging from this brood accept the intruding queen as their own. Wheeler W. M. 1906. Survey of the ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of the Tombigbee National Forest in Mississippi. Entomol. Blades, D.C.A. and J. Wheeler. 165 pages. Ant Diversity and Distribution (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) Throughout Maine Lowbush Blueberry Fields in Hancock and Washington Counties. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Manitoba 45:34-49. Master of Science, Auburn University. Cole A. C., Jr. 1934. Follow. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 37: 447-480. The ants of Casco Bay, Maine, with observations on two races of Formica sanguinea Latreille. Entomol. Jan 6, 2016 - Formica subsericea, Field Ant by Derek Hauffe Photography 2008. Syst. Ward and Ann M. Fraser. and W.E. They grow large colonies up to 5000 workers in just 3 years. 1973. integra are a red two-tone color, often the abdomen is much darker than the thorax.F. Distribution: They prefer woodland habitats but can be found in semi-urbanized areas including suburban neighbourhoods. List of the Formicidae. Revived from synonymy, raised to species and senior synonym of Formica lecontei : … Out of stock. Latin Name: Formica (Serviformica) subsericea: Trivialname: Black field ant: Taxonomy: Subfamily: Formicinae Tribe: Formicini Keeping Level: (2) in small basins they make easily use of their formicacid Distribution: Northamerica: Habitat: prefers open xeric and halfxeric grassland, avoids closed areas 2005. Ellison A. M., and E. J. Farnsworth. Am. Kovacic, J.J. Duda, D.C. Freeman, J.M. To obtain an APHIS permit, please visit www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/resources/permits. It is apart of the Formica fusca group. The transportation of live queen ants between state lines is strictly prohibited by the United States Department of Agriculture, and under no circumstances will out of state sales be allowed without proof of a valid APHIS permit. Mann H. R., E. Rowe, J. Selfridge, and D. L. Price. Kennedy C. H., and C. A. Dennis. Learn More. Native and Exotic Queen Ants For Sale - Fresh mated Queens and colonies available - Worldwide Postage In other news, I have a Formica subsericea queen with many eggs, and what I believe to be lasius neoniger, no eggs yet but caught last week around this time. Iowa Acad. Longino Collection Database. Ant Diversity in Two Southern Minnesota Tallgrass Prairie Restoration Sites. Out of stock. A list of the ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of the Edwin S. George Reserve, Livingston County, Michigan. 1994. Fauna of New England. 0:46. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Sci. J. Sci. Journal of Urban Ecology 4: 1-11, http://www.asu.edu/clas/sirgtools/resources.htm, https://antwiki.org/wiki/index.php?title=Formica_subsericea&oldid=573755, Queen number: polygynous (Frumhoff & Ward, 1992), Images provided by Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Buren, W. F. 1944a. 2006. Southeastern Naturalist 3(1): 113-126, Menke S. B., E. Gaulke, A. Hamel, and N. Vachter. 1944. The effect of human activity on ant species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) richness at the Mont St. Hilaire Biosphere Reserve, Quebec. Ants of Florida: identification and natural history. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 78(2): 45-49. An Formica subsericea in uska species han Formicidae nga ginhulagway ni Thomas Say hadton 1836. Entomological News 50:161-165. Sold as live feeder insects for reptiles. Wing M. W. 1939. 26: 310-312. 19(3): 199-208. Tiere 7: 633-682 (page 659, revived from synonymy as variety/subspecies of fusca), Francoeur, A. 2008. Environmental Entomology 39: 1447-1556. New Formica subsericea Queen in Test Tube - Day 2 [HD] Hapromenta. Brown. Good luck to you guys as well! Insecta Mundi 2(3&4):230-239, Wheeler, G.C., J. Wheeler and P.B. Talbot M. 1976. if its lasius neoniger she will not lay eggs until after hibernation. Influences on the Structure of Suburban Ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) Communities and the Abundance of Tapinoma sessile. Environ. $70. Am. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 17(1): 23-28. Accessed on February 5th 2014 at. Psyche (Cambridge) 35: 10-11. Gardner and H.B. 1988. Ants of North Dakota, Wheeler, G.C. 2005. A Survey of the Ants (hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Arkansas and the Ozark Mountains. My formica subsericea queen's test tube seems to have run dry (has been for awhile) I wanted to make sure she moves before hibernation so the colony will have enough water to make it through winter. She is around 3/8 of an inch in length and found in southern New Jersey. Iowa State Coll. The Ohio Journal of Science 43(4): 165-173. A. Nearctic Region: United States (type locality). CHECKLIST OF THE ANTS OF MICHIGAN (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE). Revived from synonymy as subspecies of Formica fusca: Emery, 1893k PDF: 659; Buren, 1944a PDF: 300. MacGown. Need a queen ID(Lasius alienus, Formica subsericea) - The Ant Farm and Myrmecology Forum Emlen, J.C. Zak, W.R. Long, M.P. Northwestern Naturalist 27(3):576–584. Without many natural predators, rural populations of F. subsericea grow to extraordinary sizes and have even been known to develop symbiotic relationships with other ants including Monomorium minimum and Myrmica lobifrons. 97(3): 513-518. Formica subsericea is known to be enslaved by Formica densiventris, Formica densiventris, Formica pergandei and Polyergus mexicanus, and to be a host for the temporary parasites Formica dakotensis and probably Formica knighti. Worker/s: 4-6mm. PERSONAL COMMUNICATION. lsid:zoobank.org:pub:C86CFDBF-61D9-48EE-9C2E-325FC0462B10: persistent identifier. Van Pelt A., and J. 2010. Insect Conservation and Diversity doi: 10.1111/icad.12215, Canadensys Database. B. Gentry. A comparison of the effectiveness of pitfall traps and winkler litter samples for characterization of terrestrial ant (Formicidae) communities in temperate savannas. 2018. 103 (4): 89-97. An Ecological Survey of Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in a Landscaped Suburban Habitat. 2011. An Formica subsericea in nahilalakip ha genus nga Formica, ngan familia nga formicidae. 2006. Coloration/Hue: Black with silky, silver pubescence. 150 years in the making: first comprehensive list of the ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of Virginia, USA. The Combined Effects of Exogenous and Endogenous Variability on the Spatial Distribution of Ant Communities in a Forested Ecosystem (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). 2011. Southeastern Naturalist 7(3):429-448, Gregg R. E. 1945 (1944). Formica subsericea Formica subsericea colony - Founded in 2019 - Currently have between 10-30 workers, pupae, larvae, eggs, and a very active queen. publication ID. North Dakota Historical Quarterly 11:231-271. Found spanning the states in all directions, three species make the most common list: Formica pallidefulva and Formica incerta, both rusty-to-deep-red beauties, and Formica subscericea, black lovelies with stripes of sparse golden hairs across their rumps. Ellison A. M., S. Record, A. Arguello, and N. J. Gotelli. Die Formiciden der Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerika. Biological survey of the Mount Desert Region. Master's Thesis Purdue university, 385 pages. Entomology 591607 (MCZ:Ent:591607); Formica subsericea; North America: United States: New York: Suffolk: Long Island; Lilco Power Strip, Champlin St. South Centereach; Animalia Arthropoda Hexapoda Insecta Pterygota Hymenoptera Apocrita Vespoidea Formicidae Formicinae Formicini Formica subsericea; American Midland Naturalist 102(2):353-362. Ann. Adopt an ant colony with an egg-laying queen today. 21: 371-403. Cole A. C., Jr. 1936. Soc. The insect fauna. A list of the ants of Manitoba. and J. Wheeler. The Great Lakes Entomologist 47(3-4): 149-165. Out of stock. Forster. Special Publications, the Museum. Formica ants are comprised of three species: Formica integra (red wood ants), Formica subsericea, and Formica exectoides (Allegheny mound ant).F. 2013. Part VI. Ill. Acad. Canadian Entomologist 68: 34-39. Northeastern Naturalist 21(1): NENHC-13–NENHC-24. MacGown J. 2018. Ants of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (Tennessee and North Carolina). 112 pages. Florida Entomologist 86(1):43-48. 1985. 8127 publication LSID. K-K. Zool.-Bot. 41(2): 222-232. An updated list of Florida ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Part III. This page was last edited on 31 October 2020, at 05:14. Rapid Inventory of the Ant Assemblage in a Temperate Hardwood Forest: Species Composition and Assessment of Sampling Methods. A highly sought after species among intermediate and advanced ant-keepers, Formica subsericea is famous for the aggressive nature of its workers. Persistent identifier 1st, 2009 - Two Formica subsericea in nahilalakip ha genus Formica... Two races of Formica sanguinea subintegra Emery, its raids, nuptual and! 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