Sometimes it is hard to conceive how much ants move their colonies around. For example, this week a fairly large Forelius colony showed up in our yard.
Forelius are incredibly fast.
They do slow down when they find something interesting, like this dead honey bee.
What is on the honey bee's wing? It had just rained so there's water condensation.
I guess it could be refraction, but it looks almost like paint.
We also found the little ants will slow down for honey. Talk about exploding ants 🙂
I hope these stay for awhile.
Any ants on the move in your area?