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Michigan WTB Pheidole sp.


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#1 Offline Jamiesname - Posted May 4 2018 - 12:54 PM

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Still interested - 5-14-2019

The title sums it up. Shoot me a pm if you can help me out with a Pheidole queen. I'd prefer to have it shipped, but would be willing to work out pickup too.



Potential sellers: Please only respond via PM. Thank you.

Edited by Jamiesname, May 14 2019 - 4:14 PM.


#2 Offline T.C. - Posted May 4 2018 - 1:36 PM

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Please add your location to your profile.

 

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#3 Offline Jamiesname - Posted May 4 2018 - 3:25 PM

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Please add your location to your profile.

8. Members must accurately represent their location in their Member Profile to participate in offers to buy, sell, trade, or otherwise distribute living ants of any caste or life stage. For members located in the United States, offers of live ants are only permitted between members who reside in the same U.S. state. Cross-border offers are not permitted between any members (participating members must reside in the same country or trading zone).

Done. Thanks for the heads up. Still looking for a Pheidole queen ☺

Edited by Jamiesname, May 4 2018 - 3:42 PM.


#4 Offline Jamiesname - Posted September 21 2018 - 1:11 PM

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Still looking to buy.

#5 Offline Kaelwizard - Posted October 21 2018 - 8:37 AM

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Just catch one. Don't be lazy. I would never spend money on a ant queen. I would only buy formicariums. Besides, isn't it funner to catch and raise your own queen instead of having someone do it for you? Look next year in June to August.


Edited by Kaelwizard, October 21 2018 - 8:38 AM.


#6 Offline Jamiesname - Posted October 22 2018 - 1:03 PM

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Just catch one. Don't be lazy. I would never spend money on a ant queen. I would only buy formicariums. Besides, isn't it funner to catch and raise your own queen instead of having someone do it for you? Look next year in June to August.

You're being awfully presumptuous, Kael. I've been called a lot of things, and some are even true, but lazy isn't among them. I'm self employed and I work 60 hours a week. Any free time is spent with my family. Fortunately for me, my kids enjoy looking for queens too so it works out on that front.

To answer your question, of course I would rather find my own queen, but since they've only been confirmed (to my knowlege) 4 hours away from me - near the Grand Rapids area and/or the southern border of the state, my hope of finding one is slim at best since I'm in Northern Michigan. Trust me though, I'm still going to look just like I have been for the last two years in my area, and the closest area near me that has some promising accounts, although unverified according to some sources - Arenac County.

Don't be so quick to jump to assumptions next time, but hey, thanks for bumping the thread.

Edited by Jamiesname, October 22 2018 - 1:06 PM.

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#7 Offline Leo - Posted February 8 2019 - 1:30 AM

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Queen ants can show up in surprising areas. Like for instance I caught a few unexpected pheidole queens yesterday on a flyover. I found 7 in total yesterday and found another today (though I have no more test tubes and space for them so i'm going to put them back where I found them). 


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#8 Offline Rstheant - Posted March 9 2019 - 9:01 AM

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Can THA ship queen ants?

#9 Online Ant_Dude2908 - Posted March 31 2019 - 7:42 PM

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Can THA ship queen ants?

Only in North Carolina. I don't think they have a permit.

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