DistributionThis species is native to the New World, including the Caribbean islands such as Puerto Rico. It has spread world-wide, in some cases to environments where the conditions are unfavorable for this species to survive outdoors such as Winnipeg, Canada.
ReproductionThe colonies of S. geminata can either be monogyne, each containing a single queen ant, or polygyne, containing many reproductively-active queen ants.
FoodS. geminata is omnivorous, but among the fire ants is known more as a seed-feeding species.
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