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Lasius aphidicola Journal

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#41 Offline Antennal_Scrobe - Posted July 24 2019 - 10:16 AM

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There seem to be a lot of workers eclosing, all host so far.


Currently keeping:

 

 Tetramorium immigrans

 Temnothorax curvispinosus

 Camponotus nearcticus

 Lasius aphidicola

 Formica pallidefulva

 Camponotus pennsylvanicus


#42 Offline Antennal_Scrobe - Posted August 7 2019 - 9:47 AM

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I think some of the queen's eggs have become larvae.


Currently keeping:

 

 Tetramorium immigrans

 Temnothorax curvispinosus

 Camponotus nearcticus

 Lasius aphidicola

 Formica pallidefulva

 Camponotus pennsylvanicus






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