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Specimen24-6 drywood termite journal


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#1 Offline specimen24-6 - Posted September 27 2016 - 9:44 AM

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Hello every one, I haven't been very active lately but now with the recent termite nuptial flight I think I'll be a bit more active. I've captured a few drywood termites on the last nuptial flight. I don't have any pieces of wood that would fit in a test tude so I took a piece of paper bag and put it in a test tube I also aded some water knowing that they will fare much better with it. Well now I know that they are eating the paper, they even made a hole to toss out the refuse. All I must do now is wait for them to start laying eggs. I will post pictures as soon as possible and try to keep updated.

#2 Offline SamKeepsAnts - Posted November 29 2016 - 8:23 PM

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7 Founding Brachymyrmex Patagonicus queens





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