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

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#21 Offline Tspivey16 - Posted August 18 2014 - 11:36 AM

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In my signature line below


Current Colonies:

                               Aphaenogaster tennesseensis (50 Workers)

                               Formica subsericea (5+ Workers)

                               Tetramorium caespitum (50+ Workers)

                               Parastic Lasius (15 Accepted Host Workers)

                               Crematogaster cerasi (10 + Workers)

                               Temnothorax sp. (70 + workers)

 


#22 Offline AntsAreUs - Posted August 18 2014 - 1:33 PM

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Edited by AntsAreUs, July 11 2018 - 10:48 AM.


#23 Offline dermy - Posted September 7 2014 - 4:44 PM

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Can I be on the list?

 

Tetramorium species colony 7 queens 20-30 workers

Tetramorium queens x 14 [not all in the same setup]

Formica sp. queen x1 [with brood]


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#24 Offline Tpro4 - Posted September 8 2014 - 3:50 PM

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Myrmecocystus mexicanus, but no queen
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Current Queens:
1 Unknown Pogomyemex
1 Solenopsis Xyloni

#25 Offline benjiwuf - Posted September 16 2014 - 11:34 PM

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formica subsericea, myrmica sp., crematogaster sp., camponotus pennsylvanicus, lasius alienus (queens only, they all died in my care lol).


Edited by benjiwuf, January 16 2015 - 12:15 PM.

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#26 Offline Antboy888 - Posted January 16 2015 - 2:59 AM

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Current

Lasius niger (Multiple colonies)

Lasius flavus (Multiple colonies)

Lasius umbratus 

Formica fusca (Multiple colonies)

Myrmecina graminicola (Multiple queens)

Tetramorium caespitum (Multiple colonies)

Myrmica ruginodis 

Camponotus ligniperdus

Manica rubida

 

Past

Messor barbarus  (Multiple colonies)

Messor wasanni 

Leptothorax acervorum

Camponotus ligniperdus

Camponotus nicobarensis

Myrmica rubra

Myrmica ruginodis (Multiple colonies

Tetramorium caespitum (Multiple colonies)

lasius niger (Multiple colonies)

Lasius flavus (Multiple colonies)

Formica lusatica

Formica lemani

Pheidole sp



#27 Offline DesertAntz - Posted January 16 2015 - 10:30 PM

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I guess I'll add my list. Are you ready? 

 

 

Dorymyrmex bicolor 


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#28 Offline Etherwulf - Posted January 22 2015 - 6:24 AM

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Current:

 

Odontomachus simillimus

 

Nylanderia sp.

 

Oecophylla smaragdina

 

Anolepsis gracilis

 

Pheidole sp01.

 

Pseudolasius sp.

 

Philidris sp.

 

Camponotus sp. 

 

Oligomyrmex sp. 

 

Anoplolepis gracilipes

 

Camponotus auriventris 

 

Pheidologeton diversus 

 

Past:

 

Solenopsis molesta

 

Solenopsis geminata 

 

Paratrechina longicornis

 


Edited by Etherwulf, April 9 2015 - 4:11 AM.

 

#29 Offline InsideAntz - Posted January 29 2015 - 8:12 PM

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Current:

 

1 Tetramorium (spoil them rotten)

 

Past:

 

16 Tetramorium colonies

1 large bi-color wood ant colony 

2 Pogonomyrmex colonies (1 black 1 red)

Several never identified colonies



#30 Offline AntTeen804 - Posted April 6 2015 - 12:36 PM

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Camponotus Nearticus queens
Pheidole sp 20-30 workers
Solenopsis molesta 3 queens 17 workers
2 Aphaenogaster sp 30-40 workers
Tetramorium 23 workers

Edited by AntTeen804, May 23 2015 - 5:56 AM.

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#31 Offline Trailandstreet - Posted April 9 2015 - 12:50 AM

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3 Myrmica rubra colonies, from 4 (from 2014) to about 200 workers

Messor barbarus, <100

Manica rubida, only queen yet

Lasius niger, 2 small colonies, 3 more before

Lasius cf flavus

2 Temnothorax cf nylanderi

Leptothorax acervorum

Formica cunicularia


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#32 Offline Ants4fun - Posted May 23 2015 - 6:28 AM

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I currently keep Ponera pennsylvanica, Aphaenogaster tennesseensis Lasius neoniger, Tapinoma sessile, and a Strumigenys sp.

Edited by Ants4fun, May 23 2015 - 6:35 AM.


#33 Offline Trailandstreet - Posted July 17 2015 - 2:42 AM

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If I'm lucky, I can add Lasius umbratus to my list. ;)


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#34 Offline AntsTexas - Posted July 26 2015 - 5:51 AM

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Ant Queens i have going right now:

 

Solenopsis Invicta x7,  Myrmecocystus Mimicus x2,  Pogonomyrmex barbatus x9,  Forelius pruinosus x1


Ant Queens found:

 

Solenopsis Invicta,  Solenopsis xyloni,  Brachymyrmex depilis/Sp,  Myrmecocystus Mimicus,  Pogonomyrmex barbatus,

Forelius pruinosus,  Camponotus sayi, Dorymyrmex insanus, crematogaster ashmeadi,

 

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Ant Queens i have going right now:

 

camponotus sayi, solenopsis invicta, Myrmecocystus Mimicus, Forelius pruinosus

Pogonomyrmex barbatus, and some others (no i.d.)

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#35 Offline ElideN - Posted July 29 2015 - 3:13 AM

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Current:

Myrmecocystus Sp

Pogonomyrmex Sp

 

Past:

Lasius Neoniger

Solenopsis invicta

Tetramorium Sp. E

Tetramorium Caespitum

Monomorium minimum

Oecophylla Smaragdina


Edited by ElideN, July 30 2015 - 4:56 AM.

Active Journals:

[Oecophylla Smaragdina]

 

Journals Coming Soon:

[Pogonomyrmex californicus]

[Pogonomyrmex occidentalis]

[Myrmecocystus mexicanus]

 

List of all the ants I currently keep and have kept.

 

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#36 Offline Pulliamj - Posted July 29 2015 - 4:44 AM

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Camponotus pennsylvanicus
Formica pallidefulva

#37 Offline Ryan14VT - Posted August 25 2015 - 1:02 PM

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What is flying now Near the New York Vermont area?

#38 Offline William. T - Posted August 25 2015 - 2:38 PM

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In the signature below are my current ones. 


Species I keep:

 

1 Lasius cf. Neoniger 30 workers

1 Camponotus sp. 15 workers

20 Tetramorium SpE 30 workers

1 T. Sessile 200 workers

 


#39 Offline BrittonLS - Posted August 25 2015 - 2:41 PM

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Current:
Brachymyrmex sp. [10 Queens]
Componatus sayi [1 Queen]
Forelius mccooki [1 Queen, 2 nanitics]
Formica sp. [4 Queens]
Pheidole sp. [6 Queens]
Pogonomyrmex barbatus [1 Queen]
Pseudomyrmex sp. [1 Queen]
Solenopsis invicta [severals]

#40 Offline LC3 - Posted August 25 2015 - 4:01 PM

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Current colonies/Queens with workers:

Camponotus modoc (6 workers, some really developed larvae)

 

Formica cf. neorufibarbis [colony#1] (2 workers 3 pupae)

Formica cf. neorufibarbis [colony#2] (3 workers 5 pupae)

Formica sp. [colony#1] (1 queen a 6 workers)

Lasius alienus [colony#1] (around 14 workers, lots of brood)

Lasius alienus [colony#2] ( 4 workers, lots of larvae)

Tetramorium sp. e [colony#1] (around 8+ workers and a decent amount of brood)

Tetramorium sp. e  [colony#2] (5 workers, a bit of brood)

Myrmica sp. [colony#1] (1 queen some workers)

Myrmica sp. [colony#1b] (3 queens 3 workers)

 

 

 

Queens:

Camponotus modoc <(I've given up all hope on her really)

Lasius sp.

 

 

 

Past colonies:

Myrmica colony with 8 queens


Edited by LC3, September 29 2015 - 5:15 PM.

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