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Sept 5

camponotus fragilis

Sept 5

This is the colony the morning after they had to deal with me again. I don't think they actually ate ay of the brood, though I can't say whether they were sharing a sibling or some salmon last night since I could never get a very good look at the brood. I'm going to choose to believe it was the salmon and hopefully it can be smooth sailing for them from here on out. I'm just glad none of the colony got out while I switched the attachment on the formicarium from the plug to the vinyl tubing grommet thing! I think that was the most stressful thing so far, for both of us.