A population of Myrmarachne formicaria has been discovered in northeastern Ohio. There is reason to believe that this species, which is widespread in Europe, is a recent accidental introduction to this area. This species seems to be well established, having been found with increasing frequency over the past three years. The species appears to be common in a variety of situations, including occasionally inside buildings.
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