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cpman's Camponotus cf. sansabeanus Journal (Updated 6/16/2015)


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#21 Offline cpman - Posted June 16 2015 - 7:06 PM

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Update 6/16/2015:

They had 3 pupae before the flooding, but primarily eggs. I managed to get all of the brood seemingly undamaged to their new tube. Only time will tell if they drowned or not.






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