Forelius pruinousus
These are small ants that are often out on hot days. They tend to forage in streams of workers.


  

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Forelius pruinosus worker on the head of a larger Pheidole xerophila major.
Forelius pruinosus worker on the head of a larger Pheidole xerophila major.
Forelius pruinosus worker on the head of a larger Pheidole xerophila major.  The larger Pheidole worker almost looks wet it has had so much of the Forelius toxins on it.
Forelius pruinosus worker on the head of a larger Pheidole xerophila major. The larger Pheidole worker almost looks wet it has had so much of the Forelius toxins on it.
Forelius pruinosus worker on the head of a larger Pheidole xerophila major.  The larger Pheidole worker almost looks wet it has had so much of the Forelius toxins on it.
Forelius pruinosus worker on the head of a larger Pheidole xerophila major. The larger Pheidole worker almost looks wet it has had so much of the Forelius toxins on it.
Forelius pruinosus worker on the head of a larger Pheidole xerophila major.  The larger Pheidole worker almost looks wet it has had so much of the Forelius toxins on it.
Forelius pruinosus worker on the head of a larger Pheidole xerophila major. The larger Pheidole worker almost looks wet it has had so much of the Forelius toxins on it.
Forelius workers on the trunk of a paloverde tree.
Forelius workers on the trunk of a paloverde tree.
Forelius worker on the trunk of a paloverde tree.
Forelius worker on the trunk of a paloverde tree.
Forelius worker on the trunk of a paloverde tree.
Forelius worker on the trunk of a paloverde tree.
Forelius pruinousus nest.
Forelius pruinousus nest.
Forelius pruinousus workers.
Forelius pruinousus workers.