"Hymenoptera" means "Membrane-wing".

While ants generally do not have wings, the reproductives do. This family Formicidae (ants) is separated here as commonly identified by the public, although technically they should be included with the stinging wasp families.

Bicolored pyramid ant - Dorymyrmex bicolor

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Bicolored pyramid ant - Dorymyrmex bicolor

Pyramid ant - Dorymyrmex insanus

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Pyramid ant - Dorymyrmex insanus

Velvety tree ant - Liometopum occidentale

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Velvety tree ant - Liometopum occidentale

Argentine ants - Linepithema humile

13 photos
Argentine ants - Linepithema humile

California red harvester - Pogonomyrmex californicus

19 photos
California red harvester - Pogonomyrmex californicus

Thief ant - Solenopsis molesta

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Thief ant - Solenopsis molesta

Southern fire ant - Solenopsis xyloni

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Southern fire ant - Solenopsis xyloni

Red imported fire ant (RIFA) - Solenopsis invicta

9 photos
Red imported fire ant (RIFA) - Solenopsis invicta

Minute black ant - Monomorium ergatogyna

3 photos
Minute black ant - Monomorium ergatogyna

Guinea ant - Tetramorium bicarinatum

7 photos
Guinea ant - Tetramorium bicarinatum

Caribbean big-headed ant - Pheidole moerens

13 photos
Caribbean big-headed ant - Pheidole moerens

Crazy ant - Nylanderia vividula

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Crazy ant - Nylanderia vividula

Longhorn Crazy Ant - Paratrechina longicornis

6 photos
Longhorn Crazy Ant - Paratrechina longicornis

Rover ant - Brachymyrmex patagonicus

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Rover ant - Brachymyrmex patagonicus