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T.C.'s Camponotus noveboracensis Journal


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#21 Offline T.C. - Posted November 15 2017 - 10:39 AM

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Hibernation began today.



#22 Offline Chicken_eater100 - Posted November 15 2017 - 2:19 PM

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Hibernation began today.

yay. (Sarcasm is real)

#23 Offline Diesel - Posted Yesterday, 5:43 AM

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well TC my hibernation won't start until xmas. then it gives me time to handle the unending task of snow removal for the season and build new nests. use your time wisely. i prefer not to take my ants out until the snow has melted and i can begin searching again which is why i hibernate so late.


Ant Species kept

 

Camponotus Noveboracensis (formerly)

Tertramorium sp.

Temnothorax sp.

Aphaenogaster Picea


#24 Offline T.C. - Posted Yesterday, 11:01 PM

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well TC my hibernation won't start until xmas. then it gives me time to handle the unending task of snow removal for the season and build new nests. use your time wisely. i prefer not to take my ants out until the snow has melted and i can begin searching again which is why i hibernate so late.


Whatever works. I also will build some nests during hibernation.
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