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EXPANDING Ant Formicarium

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#1 Offline brian - Posted April 20 2017 - 7:43 PM


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So I really like this guy's formicarium but wanted something larger so that I wouldn't have to keep expanding my nest or buying larger ones. But I also did not want one so large that ants would start storing garbage in it. I asked him to section it into three parts so that it can be expanded slowly as the colony grows And this is what we came up with. I make no money off of this at all and It's probably nothing new but it's the first time I've seen anything like it and I really liked the concept of it and wanted to share with you in case it was something you would also be interested in. Remember I'm new to all of this so if you have harsh comments try and go easy and remember there was a time when you were as new to this as I am.

Here is a link to the page it's being sold on


#2 Offline Serafine - Posted April 21 2017 - 1:45 AM


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Cool idea, looks like modular designs are becoming more common.
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