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This species was brought to DC by cherry trees from Japan some decades ago. It then spread throughout the DMV region all the way up to Philadelphia and south to Woodbridge. Colonies are opportunistic and will nest under bark, in logs, and under rocks. This species has a very strong feeding reaction and the recruiting process is fascinating to watch. Workers are easily contained with barriers such as talc and fluon. All nests that can retain humidity are suitable for this species.