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Tyrannomyrmex rex

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

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New species.

 

https://news.nationa...pecies-animals/


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Colonies:

  • Aphaenogaster rudis  —  Journal
  • Formica cf. pallidefulva  —  Journal
  • Formica subsericea    Journal
  • Lasius cf. alienus —  Journal
  • Tetramorium immigrans  —  Journal

 

Queens:

  • Brachymyrmex depilisJournal
  • Formica subsericea
  • Lasius cf. claviger (Hibernating; No Host Colony)
  • Myrmecina americana  —  Journal
  • Prenolepis imparis x8 — Journal

 

Other Animals:

  • Felis catus x5
  • Phodopus roborovskii x2
  • Various Fish
  • Younger Brothers x2

#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 Offline Mettcollsuss - Posted May 14 2018 - 8:09 PM

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We already saw this article last year

oh... sorry.


Colonies:

  • Aphaenogaster rudis  —  Journal
  • Formica cf. pallidefulva  —  Journal
  • Formica subsericea    Journal
  • Lasius cf. alienus —  Journal
  • Tetramorium immigrans  —  Journal

 

Queens:

  • Brachymyrmex depilisJournal
  • Formica subsericea
  • Lasius cf. claviger (Hibernating; No Host Colony)
  • Myrmecina americana  —  Journal
  • Prenolepis imparis x8 — Journal

 

Other Animals:

  • Felis catus x5
  • Phodopus roborovskii x2
  • Various Fish
  • Younger Brothers x2

#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 colony

Founding:

x8 Lasius alienus

x1 Prenolepis imparis 

x1 Dorymyrmex bicolor


#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!


Founding:

1 Lasius claviger

2 Aphaenogaster picea

1 non-parasitic Lasius sp. (niger, neoniger, alienus or pallitarsis)

Lasius umbratus

1 Lasius cf. speculiventris 

2 Prenolepis imparis






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