Immigrant Pavement Ant Tetramorium immigransNon-native  Synonyms: Tetramorium species-E.

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An Immigrant Pavement Ant from Chino Farms in Queen Anne's Co., Maryland (4/27/2013). Determined by James C. Trager/BugGuide. Photo by Ashley Bradford. (MBP list)

A foundress female Immigrant Pavement Ant in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland (6/22/2010). Verified by Richard Vernier/BugGuide. Photo by Stephen Schueman. (MBP list)

Tetramorium species-E found on popcorn by students at Jemicy School in Baltimore Co., Maryland (8/29/2013). Identified by Ben Coulter, who shared the following: "These are Tetramorium species-E. This abundant invasive species was formerly considered to be T. caespitum, but genetic work on native populations in the Palearctic has revealed a number of cryptic species that were lumped under that name. The ants accidentally introduced to North America belong to a species termed species-E in the paper. They have not been formally named yet." (Link to paper) Photo by Emily Stanley. (MBP list)

Tetramorium species-E in Prince George's Co., Maryland (7/1/2014). Feeding on an unborn chick. Verified by James C. Trager/BugGuide. Photo by Jesse Christopherson. (MBP list)

A colony of Tetramorium species-E in Montgomery Co., Maryland (4/21/2016). Determined by James C. Trager/BugGuide. Photo by Max Wilson. (MBP list)

An Immigrant Pavement Ant in Prince George's Co., Maryland (10/25/2014). Determined by James C. Trager/BugGuide. Photo by Jesse Christopherson. (MBP list)

Immigrant Pavement Ants in Baltimore City, Maryland (2015). Determined by James C. Trager/BugGuide. Photo by Thomas Wilson. (MBP list)


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