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Arboreal ant nests along Rio Polochic, Guatemala

Posted April 25, 2019



Here are photographs of colonies of ant nests in the treetops overlooking the Rio Polochic. This river flows from Alta Verapaz to Izabal and enters Lake Izabal.

We did not have 400mm, 600mm, or 800mm lenses on this field trip of several years ago. Now we have found comparable arboreal ant nest colonies in the IDAEH camp area of Parque Nacional Yaxha Nakum Naranjo. We will present the Yaxha nests in a future FLAAR Mesoamerica report.

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