National Geographic : 1912 Aug
Photo by Mr. J. G . Hubbard and Dr. O. S. Strong COLONY or Lasius (Acanthomyops) claviger, A COMMON SUBTERRANEAN ANT IN THE WOODS OF THE EASTERN STATES, WHICH NURSES THE ROOT LICE Two mother queens, without wings, several winged or virgin queens, and males are scat tered through the throng of workers. Three queen cocoons and numerous worker cocoons are also shown. Magnification about two diameters (see pages 735, 736).