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Ant Keeping Census (Updated list of ants kept by members of the forum)

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#1 Offline dspdrew - Posted December 5 2013 - 10:21 AM

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This thread is the place for any of the forum members to post a list of the ants they have kept, and/or are currently keeping. If you need to change your list, just use the "Edit" function on your post, and that way it will show the date the post was last edited, allowing anyone looking at it to know how up-to-date your list is.



#2 Offline dspdrew - Posted December 5 2013 - 10:24 AM

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Current:
Aphaenogaster occidentalis [journal] [193]
Camponotus essigi [journal] [037]
Camponotus fragilis [journal] [200]
Camponotus laevigatus [journal] [173]
Camponotus maritimus [journal] [240]
Camponotus quercicola [journal] [219]
Camponotus sansabeanus [journal] [144]
Camponotus semitestaceus [journal] [132]
Camponotus vicinus [journal] [145]
Formica francoeuri [journal] [211]
Liometopum occidentale [journal] [038]
Myrmecocystus cf. mendax [journal] [196]
Myrmecocystus mexicanus [journal] [124]
Myrmecocystus mimicus [journal] [217]
Myrmecocystus navajo [journal] [134]
Myrmecocystus tenuinodis [journal] [210]
Myrmecocystus testaceus [journal] [149]
Myrmecocystus yuma [journal] [197]
Myrmecocystus sp.1 [journal] [242]
Novomessor cockerelli [journal] [232]
Pheidole gilvescens [journal] [192]
Pheidole vistana [journal] [085]
Pheidole xerophila [journal] [107]
Pheidole sp.3 [journal] [204]
Pogonomyrmex magnacanthus [journal] [215]
Pogonomyrmex maricopa [journal] [238]
Pogonomyrmex rugosus [journal] [113]
Pogonomyrmex tenuispinus [journal] [202]
Prenolepis imparis [journal] [228]
Solenopsis amblychila [journal] [184]
Temnothorax sp.1 [journal] [180]
Temnothorax sp.2 [journal] [181]
Temnothorax sp.3 [journal] [243]
Veromessor andrei [journal] [235]
Veromessor pergandei [journal] [138]

Past:
Acromyrmex versicolor [journal] [119]
Brachymyrmex sp.1 [journal] [104]
Camponotus anthrax [journal] [050]
Camponotus clarithorax
Camponotus hyatti [journal] [218]
Camponotus modoc [journal] [225]
Camponotus yogi [journal] [114]
Camponotus sp.1 [journal] [172]
Crematogaster mutans [journal] [213]
Crematogaster sp.1 [journal] [035]
Crematogaster sp.2 [journal] [080]
Crematogaster sp.3 [journal] [106]
Crematogaster sp.4 [journal] [187]
Crematogaster sp.5 [journal] [189]
Dolopomyrmex pilatus [journal] [208]
Dorymyrmex bicolor [journal] [220]
Dorymyrmex flavus [239]
Dorymyrmex insanus [journal] [004]
Forelius sp.1 [journal] [086]
Formica moki [journal] [068]
Hypoponera sp.1 [journal] [225]
Lasius cf. alienus [journal [067]
Lasius cf. flavus [journal] [201]
Lasius niger [journal] [190]
Lasius sp.1 [journal] [198]
Lasius sp.2 [journal] [199]
Liometopum luctuosum [journal] [167]
Monomorium ergatogyna [journal] [016]
Myrmecocystus cf. romainei [journal] [230]
Myrmecocystus wheeleri [journal] [234]
Nylanderia vividula [journal] [120]
Pheidole barbata [journal] [209]
Pheidole desertorum [journal] [176]
Pheidole hyatti [journal] [205]
Pheidole navigans [journal] [010]
Pheidole sp.1 [journal] [237]
Pheidole sp.2 [journal] [044]
Pheidole sp.4 [journal] [214]
Pogonomyrmex californicus [journal] [060]
Pogonomyrmex californicus (bicolor) [journal] [160]
Pogonomyrmex montanus [journal] [231]
Pogonomyrmex subnitidus [journal] [063]
Pseudomyrmex apache [journal] [027]
Solenopsis invicta [journal] [174]
Solenopsis molesta [journal] [045]
Solenopsis xyloni [journal] [066]
Tapinoma sessile
Temnothorax caguatan [journal] [191]
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#3 Offline wook - Posted December 5 2013 - 1:24 PM

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Camponotus vagus

Camponotus fallax

2x Formica sensu stricto pratensis var. nigricans

Messor structor

Camponotus aethiops


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#4 Offline Crystals - Posted December 5 2013 - 1:34 PM

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Camponotus noveboracensis   (queen caught May 17, 2014, hibernation problem caused colony to go from 800+ workers to under 100 workers)

                                                 Journal: http://www.formicult...novaeboracensis

 

 

 

I have raised a lot of different species which I later sold or gave away over the years (far too long of a list to type out).

 

 

Previous colonies:

Tapinoma sessile                  Journal: http://www.formicult...essile-journal/

Myrmica sp.                          Journal: http://antfarm.yuku....al#.Vh8WeCtHaB1

Formica emeryi                     Journal: http://www.formicult...nal/#entry15970

Formica ulkei                        Journal: http://forum.formicu...-ulkei-journal/

Aphaenogaster occidentalis  Journal: http://www.formicult...ntalis-journal/

Camponotus Herculeanus    Journal: http://forum.formicu...leanus-journal/

Formica podzolica                Journal: http://www.formicult...zolica-journal/

Myrmica                                Journal: http://www.formicult...yrmica-journal/

Crematogaster cerasi            Journal: http://www.formicult...gaster-journal/

Formica parasitic sp.             Journal:  http://www.formicult...ica-sp-journal/


Edited by Crystals, December 5 2017 - 7:35 AM.

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My Colonies


#5 Offline Oz Ant - Posted December 6 2013 - 5:56 AM

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Myrmecia vindex

Camponotus sp. 1

Camponotus sp. 2



#6 Offline Servercheck - Posted December 6 2013 - 6:05 AM

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Camponotus sp. colony ( best guesses would be C. auriventris or C. dolendus.

 

A queen roughly identified as Philidris sp.

 

Iridomyrmex colony 



#7 Offline Bigb - Posted December 10 2013 - 10:22 AM

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Camponotus vicinus

Camponotus sp. 

Formica francoeuri
Myrmecocystus mexicanus

Pogonomyrmex californicus (bicolor)
Pogonomyrmex subnitidus  

Pogonomyrmex rugosus



#8 Offline Myrmecologeek - Posted December 10 2013 - 11:40 PM

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Subfamily: Myrmicinae

Solenopsis geminata
Monomorium destructor
Monomorium floricola
Crematogaster ampullaris
Pheidole cf. clypeocornis


Subfamily: Dolicherinae

Tapinoma melanocephalum
Tapinoma emeryi
Dolichoderus thoracicus


Subfamily: Formicinae

Nylanderia sp. ph1
Oecophylla smaragdina
Paratrechina longicornis


Subfamily: Ponerinae

Harpegnathos macgregori
Odontoponera denticulata
Odontomachus simillimus

 


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#9 Offline nurbs - Posted January 14 2014 - 12:39 AM

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Camponotus clarithorax (Queen captured Spring 2013)

Pogonomyrmex californicus (Queen captured Summer 2013)

Solenopsis xyloni (RELEASED December 2013 near where I found queen, colony grew too large to maintain)


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#10 Offline Anthony - Posted February 9 2014 - 1:59 PM

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1 Pogonomyrmex occidentalis in a haven with about 50~70 workers
3 solenopsis molesta in a growth chamber 2 eggs spotted
1 lasius alienus in a growth chamber
1 Formica Podzolica queen with about 40-50 workers
1 Formica Argentea queen with about 200 workers
2 Camponotus castaneus in growth chambers
1 Camponotus p in test tube

Edited by Anthony, June 28 2014 - 3:41 PM.


#11 Offline Michaelofvancouver - Posted May 29 2014 - 1:43 PM

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Current

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Camponotus modoc

Myrmica sp.

Formica podzolica

 

Past:

 

Lasius alienus

Lasius pallitarsis


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I currently keep:

Camponotus modoc

Formica podzolica


#12 Offline WeatherAnt - Posted June 11 2014 - 1:40 PM

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Current:

 

Tetramorium Sp. E

Camponotus semitestaceus (?)

 

(?) means I haven't had them formally identified.

 

Past:

 

When I lived in ND:

Lasius pallitarsis

Lasius neoniger

 

When I lived in NJ:

Tetramorium sp. E

Aphaenogaster sp.

Formica sp. (probably pallidefulva)

Pheidole bicarinata

Pheidole pilifera


Edited by WeatherAnt, July 21 2017 - 11:13 AM.


#13 Offline dspdrew - Posted June 11 2014 - 2:37 PM

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Current:

 

Lasius pallitarsis

Lasius neoniger

 

I haven't had them formally identified. These are just my preliminary guesses.

Are you planning to get any more?



#14 Offline WeatherAnt - Posted June 11 2014 - 8:39 PM

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Are you planning to get any more?

 

No, I think two colonies are enough for me ... especially with how busy grad school keeps me.



#15 Offline Lieutenant Redundant - Posted June 15 2014 - 2:43 PM

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As of 15 June 2014

Pogonomyrmex badius

Camponotus floridanus

Camponotus tortuganus



#16 Offline Gregory2455 - Posted July 6 2014 - 11:05 PM

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Current:

20   Acromyrmex versicolor (2 with fungus)

2     Crematogaster sp.1   [Journal]

32   Crematogaster sp.2   [Journal]

7     Dorymyrmex insanus   [Journal]

1     Formica cf. fusca   [Journal]

1     Myrmecocystus cf. creightoni   [Journal]

5     Myrmecocystus mexicanus   [Journal]

7     Myrmecocystus mimicus   [Journal]

1     Myrmecocystus navajo   [Journal]

2     Novomessor cockerelli

1     Nylanderia vividula   [Journal]

6     Pheidole gilvescens   [Journal]

1     Pogonomyrmex californicus   [Journal]

1     Pogonomyrmex californics bicolor   [Journal]

2     Pogonomyrmex rugosus   [Journal]

2     Solenopsis xyloni   [Journal]

1     Temnothorax sp.1   [Journal]

1     Tetramorium Sp.E   [Journal]

 

Total: 93 Queens/Colonies

 

Past:

Camponotus sansabeanus

Crematogaster sp.2   [ID Thread]

Dorymyrmex cf. bicolor

Dolopomyrmex pilatus

Forelius pruinosus   [Journal]

Lasius cf. flavus   [Journal]

Lasius niger

Liometopum occidentale

Monomorium sp.

Myrmecocystus testaceus   [Journal]

Myrmecocystus yuma

Nylanderia sp.2

Pheidole cf. desertorum

Pheidole moerens

Pheidole xerophilla

Pogonomyrmex cf. subnitidus   [Journal]

Pseudomyrmex apache

Solenopsis amblychila

Solenopsis invicta   [Journal]

Solenopsis molesta


Edited by Gregory2455, December 23 2015 - 1:30 AM.

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#17 Offline dspdrew - Posted July 7 2014 - 12:24 AM

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Pogonomyrmex californicus

Solenopsis molesta

Unknown Species of Ant (3mm Dark Brown Dealate)

Hey do you have any pictures of your Unknown species? I'm sure I can ID it for you if it was found in Southern California.



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Camponotus noveboracensis
camponotus herculeanus
tetramorium sp.
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#19 Offline Mathiacus - Posted July 22 2014 - 11:33 PM

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Ochetellus glaber.


Camponotus nigriceps. Released dec 14


2 Rhytidoponera metallica. Released dec 14


Polyrhachis ammon. Deceased


Myrmecia tarsata


Myrmecia brevinoda x2


Myrmecia nigrocincta x4


Camponotus sp


Dolichorerus sp (spiny dolly ants)


Camponotus nigriceps (queen and eggs)


Camponotus consobrinus (queen and eggs)


Camponotus aeneopilosus (queen 4 workers and brood)


Pheidole sp x3 queens+nanitics.

Edited by Mathiacus, December 30 2014 - 4:57 PM.


#20 Offline Myrmicinae - Posted August 17 2014 - 2:09 PM

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Formica fusca-group sp.

Hypoponera sp.

Myrmica cf. americana

Pheidole ceres

Pheidole cf. megacephala

Tapinoma sessile

Tetramorium caespitum (or sp. E)

 

Past:
Aphaenogaster occidentalis

Camponotus vicinus

Formica neoclara

Lasius neoniger
Lasius sp.
Lasius pallitarsis
Myrmica sp.

Solenopsis molesta
 


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