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Looking for Queens in NE Ohio

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#1 Offline Satlan_Leng - Posted August 12 2017 - 1:28 AM



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Looking for my first Queen. Posting on here while hunting but I think I have missed most of the flights already.

#2 Offline OhioAnts - Posted August 12 2017 - 1:08 PM



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Welcome! I am from Cincinnati so not much of a help, but there are a few GAN farmers from around NE Ohio that would be able to help you out for sure!

Current Queens:

14 - Aphaenogaster

5 - Crematogaster

2 - Lasius

2 - Formica

1 - Temnothorax



Looking for Camponotus Queens!!

#3 Offline Wall00n72 - Posted December 13 2017 - 8:07 PM



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How do I reach NE Ohio GAN farmers? I’m trying to get a queen ready for colonizing for my son for Christmas!

#4 Offline T.C. - Posted December 13 2017 - 8:11 PM


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How do I reach NE Ohio GAN farmers? I’m trying to get a queen ready for colonizing for my son for Christmas!

You have to do it "through" GAN.

#5 Offline Diesel - Posted December 14 2017 - 6:17 AM


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easiest site to find it on is antscanada.com click on the queens for sale tab then scroll down to select your country in this case USA and find your state.

Ant Species kept


Temnothorax Longispinosus.-Journal(discontinued)-(formerly)

Camponotus Noveboracensis (formerly)

Camponotus Pennsylvanicus Queen & brood.

Tapinoma Sessile-Journal (3 queen colony)

​Tapinoma  Sessile #2 (2 queen colony)

Aphaenogaster Picea-Journal

Crematogaster sp.(Cerasi or Lineolata) Queen with 3 workers and brood

​Crematogaster sp. #2 (Cerasi or Lineolata) Queen with brood

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