What could be better...

...than matching ant shirts?

Courtesy of these guys. Thanks!

(and yes, that's what we here at Myrmecos international headquarters look like).


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Lovely to see you in the 'official' Ant Ecology attire ;-)

You look brilliANT, elegANT and radiANT

The hawtness has been broughten. For real.

By Joshua King (not verified) on 21 Jan 2010 #permalink

We would like a copier of this pic please for the people down under Alex.

I notices the CEO (aka Mingus) is missing.

By Jack Jumper (not verified) on 21 Jan 2010 #permalink

What a great looking couple! Thanks for the reveal!

Keep up your fantastic photographic work! Yours is the first site I check each night when I get to my computer.

By Henry W. Robison (not verified) on 21 Jan 2010 #permalink

Gosh, thanks Henry!

Should be a good year for new photos. I've been loading up on some exciting new equipment. I'll blog about it later.

What a decidedly candid and gorgeous shot of you both.

Thanks for posting Alex!!!!!