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NickAnter's Hypoponera cf. opacior Journal DISCONTINUED

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#61 Offline CatsnAnts - Posted July 2 2019 - 8:22 AM


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Are you positive she’s dead? I’ve had this happen before, and I just set the queen on a tissue so it absorbs the water. An hour later she’s alive and well. I assume you know this though because you collect queens out of your pool.
5 queen Temnothorax ambiguus (founding)
11 queen Temnothorax curvispinosus (founding)
1 queen Colobopsis mississippiensis (founding)
1 queen Colobopsis impressa (founding)
1 queen Lasius interjectus (with 30 host workers)
x3 1 queen Camponotus subbarbatus (founding)
1 queen Strumigebys pilinasis (colony of about 30 workers)
1 queen Ponera pennsylvanica (founding)
x2 1 queen Pheidole bicarinata (founding)
1 queen Temnothorax curvispinosus (~170 workers) ... also have 2 termite colonies.

#62 Offline NickAnter - Posted July 2 2019 - 9:07 AM


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I check for slight antennal movement.  Due to the fact that I can only use the heat cable during the day, as soon as the container cools, it drops below the dew point, causing condensation, every night.

Nylanderia vividula
Pheidole navigans
Camponotus hyatti
Founding queens: Brachymyrmex patagonicus, Solenopsis xyloni, Lasius cf. niger, Solenopsis molesta, Temnothorax cf. caguatan, Formica argentea, Camponotus vicinus, Pogonomyrmex californicus, and Myrmica cf. tahoensis.

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