Dorymyrmex bicolor


  

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Dorymyrmex bicolor eating sap secreted by a sunflower's extrafloral nectary. The sunflower has nectaries that are on its leaves and stems.
Dorymyrmex bicolor eating sap secreted by a sunflower's extrafloral nectary. The sunflower has nectaries that are on its leaves and stems.
Dorymyrmex bicolor eating sap secreted by a sunflower's extrafloral nectary. The sunflower has nectaries that are on its leaves and stems. You can see that the sap is quite thick and sticky.
Dorymyrmex bicolor eating sap secreted by a sunflower's extrafloral nectary. The sunflower has nectaries that are on its leaves and stems. You can see that the sap is quite thick and sticky.
Dorymyrmex bicolor licking honeydew off of a leaf.
Dorymyrmex bicolor licking honeydew off of a leaf.
Dorymyrmex bicolor drinking nectar from a pine-leaf milkweed flower.
Dorymyrmex bicolor drinking nectar from a pine-leaf milkweed flower.
Dorymyrmex bicolor near her nest entrance.
Dorymyrmex bicolor near her nest entrance.
Dorymyrmex bicolor near her nest entrance. You can see the prominent cone on her mesosoma - an old name for Dorymyrmex was 'Conomyrma'.
Dorymyrmex bicolor near her nest entrance. You can see the prominent cone on her mesosoma - an old name for Dorymyrmex was 'Conomyrma'.
Dorymyrmex bicolor drinking from a barrel cactus extrafloral nectary.
Dorymyrmex bicolor drinking from a barrel cactus extrafloral nectary.
Dorymyrmex bicolor worker.
Dorymyrmex bicolor worker.
Dorymyrmex bicolor worker, side view.
Dorymyrmex bicolor worker, side view.