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Diesels aphaenogaster picea colony


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#1 Offline Diesel - Posted January 26 2019 - 4:31 PM

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So it's been awhile since I have been here. Life has been weird this yr and I haven't had the chance to get back here and chat. A little update on my aphaenogaster picea colony which is booming now. Colony size us at least 250 workers with a ton of brood.



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Ant Species kept

 

Temnothorax Longispinosus.-Journal(discontinued)-(formerly)

Camponotus Noveboracensis (formerly)

Camponotus Nearticus-formerly

Tetramorium sp.-formerly

Camponotus Pennsylvanicus Queen & brood.-formerly

Tapinoma Sessile-Journal (3 queen colony)-formerly

​Tapinoma  Sessile #2 (2 queen colony)-formerly

Aphaenogaster Picea-Journal-active

Crematogaster sp.(Cerasi or Lineolata) Queen with 3 workers and brood-formerly

​Crematogaster sp. #2 (Cerasi or Lineolata) Queen with brood-formerly

Formica sp. polygenus-active 300+ workers-active

Formica Subsericea-active 25+ workers-active

Myrmica Rubra 400+ workers 3 queens-active


#2 Offline T.C. - Posted January 26 2019 - 11:13 PM

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Quite large, have never gotten my colonies of this species that big yet. All seemed slow growing.
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