bug/insect/spider i.d.s needed

asher

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bugmankeith

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These were all found around my yard. I live in Long Island, NY if it's a help.
 

spydrhunter1

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2. Formicidae
4. Dolichopodidae
5. Asilidae
7. Genus Myodocha - Long-necked Seed Bugs
 

spydrhunter1

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The second one in this series is the ant, notice the thin pedicel between the thorax and abdomen, The antennae are also geniculate (bent) not straight.
 

bugmankeith

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The second one in this series is the ant, notice the thin pedicel between the thorax and abdomen, The antennae are also geniculate (bent) not straight.
Lol, I knew which picture is of the ant, I meant to say nobody told me the species of ant (ex carpenter ant, fire ant)
 

asher

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Ants are often difficult unless you can get close to examine one.

The fly-like one looks like some kind of sawfly.

I'd try posting the spider in the Spiders section of these boards.
 
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