This odd little beast crawled out of a leaf litter sample from a mesic oak/pine forest in Florida. Ten points to the first person who picks what it is.
(Not sure what you’ll do with ten points. But hey. You’re all a creative lot.)
MrILTA beat me to it, and I really needed those points!
The oddity here is that this is a male ant, worker-like in form, rather than the usual winged and waspy sort.
I support the Hypoponera. But I’ll go for another species just so I have some chances for those 10 points!
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