I was at work and saw a shimmering glow on the floor. It looked like one of those metallic bees at first so I ignored it. It started crawling closer and saw that it was a queen ant. Almost every ant in my area has a red/orange head and thorax with a black abdomen. Mainly Crematogasters and Solenopsis invicta so I thought it might of been one of them. I have 1 Crematogaster queen and 2 S. invicta queens and at first I thought I had caught another fire ant queen. I was going to put it with the rest of the S. invicta queens to make a 3 queened colony. Upon closer inspection the head and jaws were completely different from both of my species. It had more of a triangular head and sharp jaws. I compared it with the Crematogaster queen afterwards, it didn't have a pointy abdomen like the Crematogaster did and it has really tiny spines on the thorax near the waist area. This is my first time seeing a species like this and after doing days of research I came up with Aphaenogaster, but I have a feeling that I am definitely wrong. This species was caught in North Central Texas. I found another one in my bathroom this morning. She laid eggs after 2 days so I'm pretty excited about having a species other than Crematogasters and fire ants.