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Leo's Harpegnathos journal


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#1 Offline Leo - Posted March 14 2019 - 2:47 AM

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14/3/19

This journal is to keep track of my two Harpegnathos Venator colonies.

 

Colony 1:

Captured last year March. Now with 40 workers and 2 queens. Queen just laid another large batch of eggs.

(last march)

(this march)

 

Colony 2:

Captured last month. Now with 50 workers and 1 queen



#2 Offline Rstheant - Posted March 14 2019 - 2:25 PM

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OH MY GOD!!! Long-jawed ants!!! My favorite. They look like Mrymecia species!! Any clearer pic?

#jealous

#3 Offline Leo - Posted March 14 2019 - 3:24 PM

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#4 Offline Rstheant - Posted March 14 2019 - 3:32 PM

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Thanks!! (y) These look like mrymecia , except with flat jaws. They HAVE to be related. Just joking.

Edited by Rstheant, March 14 2019 - 3:33 PM.


#5 Offline Rstheant - Posted March 14 2019 - 3:34 PM

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How do get such good photos????

#6 Offline Leo - Posted March 14 2019 - 4:14 PM

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I do have myrmecia, and their behavior are quite similar. In the way that both species are clearly aware of their surroundings and can learn to recognize things. However, I thing my myrmecia are a bit more dog-like than harpegnathos. 



#7 Offline neoponera - Posted March 14 2019 - 6:30 PM

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nice






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