NOTEBY J.Longino: 1000hrs. St. 803. A large Atta colony was being raided by Nom. esenbecki. Atta workers were abundant on the surface, and had brought piles of brood to the surface of the largest, most active mounds. Nomamyrmex columns were carrying Atta soldiers and brood down into Atta nest entrances, suggesting a largely subterranean raid.
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