Ant, likely Myrmica species


buddy icon Magic_moments.
11 years ago
Hi, I'm an admin for a group called ***A Place For Great Photographers*** Sweeper P1 A3 , and we'd love to have this added to the group! Staggering detail
buddy icon NOZHPhotography
11 years ago
Great Photographer Member Award This Fantastic image was seen by a Member in: *** A Place For Great Photographers*** Sweeper Post 1 Award 3. Please tag this photo "greatphotographers"
buddy icon ary snyder
11 years ago
Wow! Great portrait. Terrific detail. Congratulations! Seen in Closer and Closer Macro Photography
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Awesome macro. Amazing detail. Well done. Outstanding Close-up. Well done!
Your work has been admired at *Macro - Up close and personal*
buddy icon oldbilluk
11 years ago
Great stack.
Hello This is not a Formica. It is a ant from the subfamilly Myrmecinae, probably from the genus Myrmica. I have just discovered your gallery and I'm really impressed by your pictures. I will come back here and on your website in the future and I hope I will learn a lot from your work.
buddy icon Kcam12
11 years ago
Wow!!! Your photostream is amazing!!! I'm in awe!!!!
generic buddy icon geetee50
10 years ago
Superb work!

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Species : Myrmica rubra