Rahul Sharma

Ponera pennsylvanica

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Kingdom  Animalia
Order  Hymenoptera
Genus  Ponera
Higher classification  Ponera
Phylum  Arthropoda
Family  Formicidae
Scientific name  Ponera pennsylvanica
Rank  Species
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Similar  Ant, Ponera, Insect, Formica pallidefulva, Ponerinae

Ponera pennsylvanica is a species of ant that is usually found in mesic forests in the Eastern United States. The species' nests are usually found under rotting logs, in rotting stumps or logs, in acorns, in soil, and in leaf mold. Ant colonies usually have no more than 100 worker ants.

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Ponera pennsylvanica Wikipedia


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