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Tyrannomyrmex rex

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#1 Online Mettcollsuss - Posted May 14 2018 - 8:02 PM


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New species.



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#2 Offline Canadian anter - Posted May 14 2018 - 8:07 PM

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We already saw this article last year

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#3 Online Mettcollsuss - Posted May 14 2018 - 8:09 PM


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We already saw this article last year

oh... sorry.

#4 Offline Jadeninja9 - Posted May 14 2018 - 8:15 PM


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I really thought this was gonna be a joke based on the title haha. Cool species.
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Keeper of:

x1 Camponotus hyatti 

x1 Lasius alienus

x2 Tetramorium immigrans

x1 Prenolepis imparis


#5 Offline rbarreto - Posted May 14 2018 - 8:18 PM


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We already saw this article last year

oh... sorry.


Don't worry this is new for me!

My journal featuring:

Aphaenogaster picea

Lasius claviger

Lasius umbratus

Lasius sp. (black workers)

Lasius sp. (yellow/orange workers)

Formica pallidefulva (northern color form)

Prenolepis imparis

Camponotus pennsylvanicus

Camponotus novaeboracensis

Temnothorax cf. curvispinosus

Tetramorium immigrans ( 2 polygynous, 1 monogynous)


#6 Offline Enthusiastic_Callow - Posted July 25 2018 - 1:31 PM



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I love the name of the ant  :lol:

Colonies: (Max 60/70 workers) 

Camponotus Pennsylvanicus

Lasius sp.

Prenolepis Imparis?

Tetramorium Immigrans x 2



Lasius sp. (Different species than one above, caught recently)


- Not a lot of ants, I know. I don't look for queens anymore, I just stumble upon them (not literally). It's all an amazing learning experience for me! (I still take good care of them, don't worry). But I'm still as busy as an ant!  :) 

#7 Offline AntsAreUs - Posted July 25 2018 - 2:17 PM


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I think this was more than a year ago, like 2 years. Considering I remember it and wasn't here last year.

Currently keeping:

Ants:    Stigmatomma pallipes

            Temnothorax schaumii - Journal

            Temnothorax curvispinosus

            Myrmecina americana - Journal

            Ponera pennsylvanica - Journal

            Formica incerta Journal

            Formica subsericea

            Formica rubicunda

            Aphaenogaster tennesseensis - Journal

            Aphaenogaster rudis Journal

            Myrmica spp. Journal

            Camponotus chromaiodes - Journal

            Camponotus pennsylvanicus

            Camponotus subbarbatus - Journal

            Camponotus sp.

            Strumigenys pergandei - Journal (Discontinued)

            Strumigenys pilinasis - Journal

            Hypoponera opacior

            Tetramorium immigrans - Journal

            Tapinoma sessile - Journal

            Lasius americanus

            Lasius neoniger

            Lasius murphyi

            Solenopsis molesta

            Pheidole pilifera


Other:  Millipedes



Soil Centipedes (Geophilomorpha sp.)

Stone Centipedes (Lithobius sp.)


Indian Mealmoth Culture


Some types of mites

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