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Looking for a queen ant in Virginia


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#1 Offline Aliallaie - Posted May 29 2019 - 9:21 AM

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Hello I am a beginner but I want to start a ant colony. Looking for a queen ant in Virginia. Haven’t had luck. Thank you.

#2 Offline ANTdrew - Posted May 29 2019 - 9:25 AM

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Welcome! I live in NoVA. I would be glad to help you out. I have extra queens and colonies plus this is the perfect time to be finding queens of your own. Send me a private message if you're interested.


"The ants are a people not strong, yet they prepare their meat in the summer." Prov. 30:25


#3 Offline VenomousBeast - Posted May 29 2019 - 9:49 AM

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You can also pm me, I also live in NoVa and have available colonies, queens, supplies, etc. You can also pm me for tips on finding queens in Virginia.


Edited by VenomousBeast, May 29 2019 - 9:51 AM.


-Haden Lee
Keeps:

NATIVE: Crematogaster sp -16  Formica palledefulva-1  Stigmatomma pallipes-7  Formica integra-1  Camponotus casteanus-1  Tetramorium immigrans-1  

NON-NATIVE: Solenopsis invicta- 2 Atta texana-2-3

 

 

Hornets: Dolichovespula maculata-1 (Bald faced hornets-self raised from queen, over 300 workers now!)





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