I am a researcher working at Rockefeller University with the Kronauer Lab. In our lab, we study Oocerea biroi (formerly known as Cerapachys biroi), which we feed using brood from fire ant (Solenopsis invicta) colonies. We typically travel to the American South twice a year to collect brood in person. However, as our lab (humans and O. biroi colonies) has been growing, our ants have been consuming more Solenopsis brood than we can collect in a single trip. Our lab is hoping to outsource this task to enthusiastic ant hobbyists looking to make a bit of extra money on the side, while getting another excuse to go out and dig up some invasive fire ant colonies! If you are potentially interested in working with our lab on this aspect of our research, let me know and I can send you more information!
Addendum: our ants do not feed primarily on Solenopsis brood, it is just what we have been collecting in the past. If you have access to large quantities of other invasive ant species (Argentine ant, etc.) brood, that is also a feasible option!
Edited by _antqueen, July 5 2017 - 12:57 PM.