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Ant drones all have wings because mating occurs in flight. Most drones however never encounter a Queen AS to the size, Some ants are so small they can barely be seen be the naked eye After seeing
Hi Karen The photos are very fuzzy but these appear to be Drone (male) ants. Are they anywhere else in the house The drones come out periodically as part of the mating ritual. it is difficult to find
I have been searching this bug Jason and have not yet come up with anything. It is a beetle but I am not sure about beetles in the Phillipines. They do not look like Ohio beetles. The top view is blurry
These are indeed Honey bees Dale and I am sure they are not transients and is likely they have a nest some place in the house. The nest is usually somewhere in the walls with an entrance to outside or
Hi Ricquia To identify an insect I have to see more details but from the shape I am sure this is a grain beetle one of the common pantry pests. This could mean that you have an infestation starting in
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