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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
 

Johnstown, OH 43031, USA
Atm. state: Sunny | 28.00ºC - 82.40ºF | Humidity: 83% | Wind: Light | Rain: No | Atm. pressure: Low | Lunar cycle:  Full Moon

Notes: Two queens found, occasional male seen.
 

Little Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08087, USA
Atm. state: Sunny | 24.00ºC - 75.20ºF | Humidity: 94% | Wind: Light | Rain: No | Atm. pressure: Not set | Lunar cycle:  Waxing Crescent Moon

 

Little Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08087, USA
Atm. state: Sunny | 24.00ºC - 75.20ºF | Humidity: 93% | Wind: Light | Rain: No | Atm. pressure: Not set | Lunar cycle:  Waxing Crescent Moon


Multiple Temnothorax species flying.
 

Atco, NJ 08004, USA
Atm. state: Stormy | 21.00ºC - 69.80ºF | Humidity: 98% | Wind: Light | Rain: Soft | Atm. pressure: Not set | Lunar cycle:  New Moon

Notes: Only males have been seen so far
 

South Bend, IN 46614, USA
Atm. state: Overcast | 23.00ºC - 73.40ºF | Humidity: 71% | Wind: Gentle | Rain: No | Atm. pressure: Not set | Lunar cycle:  Waning Crescent Moon

Notes: Found an alate at my black light.

Does not have the long curved spines of T. curvispinosus.
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