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  4. Colobopsis impressa Care: 12 Appearance: 25 Hardiness: 17 Rarity: 25 Total: 79
  5. Camponotus Subbarbatus Care: 24 Appearence: 25 Hardiness: 20 Rarity: 15 Total: 84/100
  6. Camponotus pennsylvanicus Care: 24 Appearance: 17 Hardiness: 22 Rarity: 6 Total: 69/100
  7. Camponotus Nearcticus Care: 22 Appearance 20 Hardiness: 20 Rarity: 11 Total: 73/100
  8. Camponotus Herculeanus Care: 19 Appearance: 18 Hardiness: 21 Rarity: 15 Total: 73/100
  9. Camponotus Discolor Care: 19 Appearence: 24 Hardiness: 18 Rarity: 25 Total: 86/100
  10. Camponotus novaeboracensis Care: 21 Appearance: 23 Hardiness: 19 Rarity: 20 Total: 83/100
  11. Camponotus chromaiodes Care: 22 Appearance: 21 Hardiness: 20 Rarity: 13 Total: 74/100
  12. Camponotus Casteneus Care: 19 Appearance: 23 Hardiness: 19 Rarity: 21 Total 82/100
  13. Camponotus caryae Care: 17 Appearance: 19 Hardiness: 16 Rarity: 24 Total: 76/100
  14. Camponotus americanus Care: 20 Appearance: 23 Hardiness: 16 Rarity: 23 Total: 82/100
  15. Brachyponera chinensis Care: 11 Appearance: 15 Hardiness: 22 Rarity: 25 Total: 73/100
  16. Brachymyrmex Depilis Care: 17 Appearance: 12 Hardiness: 13 Rarity: 20 Total: 62/100
  17. Aphaenogaster treatae Care: 15 Appearance: 20 Hardiness: 15 Rarity: 25 Total: 75/100
  18. Aphaenogaster tennesseensis Care: 12 Appearncea: 25 Hardiness: 23 Rarity: 16 Total: 76/100
  19. Aphaenogaster rudis Care: 15 Appearance: 15 Hardiness: 15 Rarity: 13 Total: 58/100
  20. Aphaenogaster Picea Care: 17 Appearance: 14 Hardiness: 20 Rarity: 8 Total: 59/100
  21. Aphaenogaster Mariae Care: 10 Appearance: 22 Hardiness: 10 Rarity: 25 Score: 67/100
  22. Aphaenogaster lamellidens Care: 15 Appearance: 22 Hardiness: 20 Rarity: 25 Total: 82
  23. Aphaenogaster fulva Care: 16 Appearance: 20 Hardiness: 20 Rarity: 23 Total: 79
  24. Ok, so me and a few others have decided we want a ranking system for all the ants in Ohio. The system will be based on 4 categories: rarity, appearance, care, and hardiness. Each category will be out of 25 points, and they will be added together for a final score out of 100. I'll put the list here, and update as we decide. So lets get ranking! Species list: Stigmatomma pallipes, Dolichoderus plagiatus, Dolichoderus pustulatus, Dolichoderus taschenbergi, Dolichoderus mariae, Dorymyrmex grandulus, Forelius pruinosus, Linepithema humile, Tapinoma sessile, Tapinoma melanocephalum, Neivamyrmex carolinensis, Camponotus americanus, Camponotus castaneus, Camponotus caryae, Camponotus chromaiodes, Camponotus discolor, Camponotus herculeanus, Camponotus nearcticus, Camponotus novaeborascensis, Camponotus pennsylvanicus, Camponotus subbarbatus, Colobopsis impressa, Colobopsis mississippiensis, Formica argentea, Formica aserva, Formica dakotensis, Formica difficilis, Formica dolosa, Formica exsectoides, Formica glacialis, Formica gynocrates, Formica incerta , Formica integra, Formica lasioides, Formica montana, Formica neogagates, Formica obscuriventris, Formica pallidefulva, Formica pergandei, Formica podzolica, Formica postoculata, Formica prociliata, Formica querquetulana, Formica rubicunda, Formica subaenescens, Formica subintegra, Formica subsericea, Formica ulkei, Formica vinculans, Polyergus lucidus, Lasius americanus, Lasius aphidicola, Lasius brevicornis, Lasius claviger, Lasius interjectus, Lasius latipes, Lasius minutus, Lasius murphyi, Lasius nearcticus, Lasius neoniger, Lasius speculitventris, Nylanderia arenivaga, Nylanderia faisonensis, Nylanderia parvula, Nylanderia terricola, Nylanderia vividula, Paratrechina longicornis, Prenolepis imparis, Brachymyrmex depilis, Pheidole bicarinata, Pheidole bilimeki, Pheidole dentata, Pheidole dentigula, Pheidole pilifera, Pheidole tysoni, Strumigenys abdita, Strumigenys bimarginata, Strumigenys clypeata, Strumigenys dietrichi, Strumigenys hyalina, Strumigenys laevinasis, Strumigenys missouriensis, Strumigenys ohioensis, Strumigenys ornata, Strumigenys pergandei, Strumigenys pilinasis, Strumigenys pulchella, Strumigenys reflexa, Strumigenys rostrata, Strumigenys talpa, Trachymyrmex septentrionalis, Cardiocondyla obscurior, Crematogaster cerasi, Crematogaster lineolata, Crematogaster pilosa, Harpagoxenus canadensis, Leptothorax canadensis, Myrmecina americana, Temnothorax ambiguus, Temnothorax americanus, Temnothorax curvispinosus, Temnothorax duloticus, Temnothorax longispinosus, Temnothorax minutissimus, Temnothorax pergandei, Temnothorax shaumii, Temnothorax smithi, Temnothorax texanus, Tetramorium atratalum, Tetramorium bicarinatum, Tetramorium immigrans, Myrmica americana, Myrmica emeryana, Myrmica AF-eva, Myrmica fracticornis, Myrmica incompleta, Myrmica lobifrons, Myrmica pinetorum, Myrmica punctiventris, Myrmica AF-scu, Myrmica semiparasitica, Myrmica AF-smi, Myrmica spatulata, Monomorium emarginatum, Monomorium pharaonis, Monomorium minimum, Solenopsis carolinensis, Solenopsis texana, Solenopsis molesta, Aphaenogaster fulva, Aphaenogaster lamillidans, Aphaenogaster mariae, Aphaenogaster picea, Aphaenogaster rudis, Aphaenogaster tennesseensis, Aphaenogaster treatae, Stenamma brevicorne, Stenamma dieki, Stenamma impar, Stenamma schmitti, Brachyponera chinensis, Hypoponera opacior, Hypoponera ragusai, Ponera pennyslvanica, Proceratium crassicorne, Proceratium pergandei, Proceratium silaceum. Ranking: Camponotus discolor-86/100 Camponotus subbarbatus-84/100 Camponotus novaeborascensis-83/100 Aphaenogaster lamillidens, Camponotus americanus, Camponotus castaneus-82/100 Aphaenogaster fulva, Colobopsis impressa-79/100 Aphaenogaster tennesseensis, Camponotus caryae-76/100 Aphaenogaster treatae-75/100 Camponotus chromaides-74/100 Brachyponera chinensis, Camponotus herculeanus, Camponotus nearcticus-73/100 Camponotus pennsylvanicus-69/100 Aphaenogaster mariae-67/100 Brachymyrmex depilis-62/100 Aphaenogaster picea-59/100 Apaenogaster rudis-58/100
  25. Ok they are swarming my deck right now they aren’t polygenouse right
  26. Today is May 24th, 2020 All across Ohio, people have been reporting in Camponotus findings! I myself have not found any tonight, but I will be going out with a blacklight and trying to catch some of those night flyers. This weekend, people have found: Camponotus pennsylvanicus, nearcticus, herculeanus, chromaiodes and subbarbatus Now is a great time to go out and look! Around 70 degree weather and a day or two after it rains is a great rule of thumb, and many Camponotus species fly at night so look around street lamps and porch lights if you don't have a black-light setup!
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