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Ants in the Florida panhandle


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

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Camponotus floridanus - $10
Crematogaster pinicola - $10
Dorymyrmex bureni - $10
Odontomachus bruennus -$30
Pheidole bicarinata - $10
Pheidole metallescens - $10
Solenopsis carolinensis - $10
Solenopsis pergandei -$10

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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

#3 Offline wardharl - Posted July 25 2019 - 2:02 PM

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Hey, willing to buy.






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