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Myrmecophilus pergandei Information?


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#1 Offline CloudtheDinosaurKing - Posted October 25 2018 - 8:20 PM

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Does anyone have any information about or have any experience with Myrmecophilus pergandei ant-crickets? I plan to raise some alongside my Crematogaster lineolata colony so I can study them in greater detail and study their behavior and I'm just trying to see if I can find any information about them so I can better care for them. Then again, the ants probably take care of them. Just let me know if you guys know anything.


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  • Aphaenogaster carolinensis; 1 queen, >35 workers
  • Aphaenogaster lamellidens; 1 queen, 20 workers
  • Aphaenogaster rudis; 1 queen, >15 workers
  • Camponotus americanus; 1 queen
  • Camponotus chromaiodes; 1 queen
  • Camponotus nearcticus; 3 queens
  • Camponotus nearcticus; 1 queen, 16 workers
  • Camponotus nearcticus; 1 queen, 18 workers
  • Camponotus snellingi; 2 queens
  • Camponotus snellingi; 1 queen, 29 workers
  • Colobopsis impressa; queenless for the time being, >45 workers
  • Crematogaster ashmeadi; 1 queen
  • Pheidole bicarinata; 1 queen, >50 workers
  • Pheidole dentata; 1 queen, >45 workers
  • Solenopsis invicta; 10 queens
  • Strumigenys louisianae; 1 queen, 1 worker
  • Temnothorax curvispinosus; 2 queens
  • Trachymyrmex septentrionalis; 1 queen, >350 workers

 

              Top Species to Collect:

 

  • Camponotus socius
  • Cephalotes varians
  • Colobopsis mississippiensis
  • Cyphomyrmex rimosus
  • Discotyrea testacea
  • Neivamyrmex sp.
  • Odontomachus sp. (queenless colony with gamergate)
  • Pogonomyrmex badius
  • Proceratium sp.
  • Pseudomyrmex gracilis
  • Stigmatomma pallipes

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