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#1 Offline Moldavite - Posted March 14 2019 - 3:03 PM



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I live in the rainy uk,I have a colony of Pheidole noda wich has one Queen and lots of workers as far as I can tell as they are in a natural soil nest,and I have a Camponotus Ligniperdus Queen,who keeps eating her eggs for  reasons I can't fathom.

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#2 Offline mallonje - Posted March 14 2019 - 7:42 PM


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                 1 P. Imparis queen caught 4/26/18

                 2 L. Umbratus caught 5/8/18

                 1 C. Pennsylvanicus queen caught 5/7/18 1st Eggs 5/17/18 

                 1 C. Pennsylvanicus queen caught 5/17/18 1st Eggs 5/22/18

                 1 C. Pennsylvanicus queen caught 5/31/18

                 1 T. Caespitum(?) queen caught 6/1/18

#3 Offline Ant_Dude2908 - Posted March 15 2019 - 6:25 AM


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#4 Offline Ants4fun - Posted March 15 2019 - 6:42 AM


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#5 Offline Rstheant - Posted March 15 2019 - 2:22 PM


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Welcome to Formiculture the greatest place on Earth for ant-keeping or anything related to myrmecology. I recommend reading this thread.

Enjoy your time here, and feel free to ask questions.

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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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#6 Offline Xanuri - Posted March 15 2019 - 4:25 PM


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Welcome to the Forums!

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