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Leo's Ponerinae ants updated 6/5/18

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#121 Offline Leo - Posted May 5 2018 - 10:21 PM


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Diacamma have 2 pupae, and the anochetus has a tiny larvae! that is the fastest develpoping ponerinae ant I have ever had. I also found a 3 queen harpegnathos colony after some boys smashed their drone into the nest.

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