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Ants for sale in Florida


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#1 Offline SuperFrank - Posted June 9 2019 - 3:34 PM

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All prices are a flat rate and include shipping, if you are interested in multiple queens the prices will drop. I am located in NW FL and have shipped throughout the state, shipping takes 2-3 days. I use PayPal and can ship any day of the week except sunday.

$20: Camponotus floridanus - fast growing carpenter ant species, can reach around a thousand members within the first year under optimal conditions and can grow to several thousand members
$20: Crematogaster pinicola - extremely fast growing arboreal species with large colonies of tens of thousands of members
$20: Dorymyrmex bureni - bright colored, and aggressvie species that is one of the relatively few native species to hold its own against S invicta, whos dead bodies can be seen littered around D bureni nests.
$20: Pheidole bicarinata - widespread species that sometimes displays granivorous tendencies. Small colonies in the wild but in captivity they can reach at least a few thousand members
$20: Solenopsis pergandei - small thief ant species with very large queens relatvie to worker size. All tubes have either 3 or 5 queens in them, along with some substrate, all queens were collected with males physically attached to them, but this species had an extremely high failure rate.


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#2 Offline SuperFrank - Posted June 20 2019 - 4:40 AM

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To clarify, P metallescens are not polygynous, but do found colonies via pleometrosis




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