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NY Lasius Niger colonies for sale.


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#1 Offline kingz2015 - Posted March 13 2019 - 3:53 PM

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Lasius Niger colonies with 5-20 workers and 15-30+ larvae. I am also selling bundle deals with a formicarium and etc. PM if interested.

#2 Offline Ant_Dude2908 - Posted March 13 2019 - 6:58 PM

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Lasius niger isn't found in the U.S. Probably L. americanus or neoniger.

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#3 Offline Rstheant - Posted March 13 2019 - 8:27 PM

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While they aren’t as common, here as in Europe, Lasius niger live in few parts of the United States. Not many people have a colony, but they certainly live in America.
My current colonies: :yes:
1x Camponotus fragilis
1x Camponotus sansabeanus
1x Camponotus semitestaceus
2x Camponotus vicinus
1x Camponotus quercicola
1x Camponotus modoc
1x Liometopum occidentale
1x Mrymecocytus mexicanus
1x Mrymecocytus navajo
2x Mrymecocytus tenuinodis
1x Novomesser cockerelli
1x Solenopsis xyloni
1x Veromessor andrei
1x Veromessor pergandei

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