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Camponotus barbaricus ( Krogzax ants )

camponotus camponotus barbaricus ant ants founding colony

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#1 Offline Krogzaxants - Posted August 11 2017 - 2:25 PM

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Hi there! this is a blog about my Camponotus barbaricus queen. 
Not much to tell yet.. She has 10-15 larvae. 2 big larvae and a cluster of small ones. 
Hope you like the video. I'm going to update you when she has her first pupae.


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Krogzax ants 
Youtube channel 
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFZ8QpJxGrrkFoflkbPY4Pw 


Ant colonies 
Messor barbarus 25-30 workers http://www.formicult...s-krogzax-ants/
Camponotus cruentatus queen + brood 
Camponotus barbaricus queen + brood http://www.formicult...s-krogzax-ants/


 






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