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when do Formica exsectoides or Formica rubicunda fly


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#1 Offline Hunter - Posted December 6 2017 - 6:12 AM

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please help



#2 Offline Connectimyrmex - Posted December 6 2017 - 8:02 AM

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You already asked this and we already answered it.


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#3 Offline Hunter - Posted December 6 2017 - 8:23 AM

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You already asked this and we already answered it.

no i haven't that was for something else



#4 Offline Connectimyrmex - Posted December 6 2017 - 10:24 AM

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They fly in the late spring/early summer. 

 

I'll check that other post, you're probably right about it being different.


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Keeper of
Miniature Labradoodle
Baby Wolf Spider
Mud Dauber wasp larvae
Ochetellus Glaber
Solenopsis Geminata
Brachymyrmex Obscurior
Cardiocondyla Emeryi
Tetramorium Bicarinatum
Plagiolepis Alluaudi
Anoplolepis Gracilipes
Technomyrmex Difficilis
Pheidole Megacephala
Aholehole fish
Cowrie snail
Sea Fan Worm
100+ sea squirts
Tree seedlings
Ghost Crab
Day Gecko
Small Fat Centipede
Endemic Lacewing larva
Vernal Pool shrimps

#5 Offline MrILoveTheAnts - Posted December 7 2017 - 6:11 PM

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Late July we found queens in NJ but they were mostly spoken for by the established super colonies of the forest.



#6 Offline James C. Trager - Posted December 8 2017 - 1:51 PM

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Late June to early August, depending when the average last frosts are. In Maine, it would be in the second half of this time span. 






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