She was collected at lunch time in early August 2013 on a hot humid day in Cincinnati Ohio from a giant parking lot that is bordered by green space (both woods and open fields) and a couple office buildings. She is roughly 14 or 15 mm long. Sorry I can't be more exact, but she moves really fast when not cold and was really skittish when I first caught her. Now she is a little more laid back, but her workers are easily spooked. I don't want to upset them too much and have them gas themselves. I don't think she is Formica pallidefulva. My best guess is she is from the fusca group. I tried to take as many head shots as I could when I caught her, because I remembered that being important when it came to IDing Formica. I’ve also included a few shots of the nanitics she produced. Let me know if forgot anything.