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Worldwide ant nuptial flights data

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Last nuptial flights

Days old: 
<= 2
2 - 3
3 - 7
7 - 15
15 - 365
>= 365

Battle Creek, MI 49014, USA
Atm. state: Sunny | 27.00ºC - 80.60ºF | Humidity: 74% | Wind: Calm | Rain: No | Atm. pressure: Not set | Lunar cycle:  Waning Gibbous Moon

Notes: Wingless Queen caught in spider web. Some of the web is still stuck to her abdomen.

Whitewater, WI 53190, USA
Atm. state: Cloudy | 23.00ºC - 73.40ºF | Humidity: Not set | Wind: Calm | Rain: No | Atm. pressure: Not set | Lunar cycle:  Waxing Crescent Moon

Notes: Started at 2PM today and is still going on throughout the evening, maybe even night. These are in some of the northern states such as Wisconsin and Minnesota. This is a parasitic ant species.

Appears to be both alpha and beta latipes variations.
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