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Jadeninja9's SF Bay Ant Adoption (San Carlos, CA. San Mateo County)


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#1 Offline Jadeninja9 - Posted June 7 2018 - 6:42 PM

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Important:

-Buyers will have to be willing to drive to me, I will not ship

-Only cash is accepted

-Message me for pictures of the colony/colonies you're interested in buying

-If you are interested in buying a colony, message me and I can give you my email/phone number (whatever works for you), and we can talk about the details

-No refunds

 

Species:

The species I currently have right now that I'm willing to sell are just Lasius alienus at the moment. I will sell all queens/colonies that I catch in the future.

 

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Lasius alienus Colonies Available:

Colony 1(On Hold)

-Colony Size: 1 Queen, 4 Workers, Larvae, and Eggs

-Housing: Test Tube

-Price: 40$

 

Colony 3

-Colony Size: 1 Queen, 1 Pupae, Larvae, and Eggs

-Housing: Test Tube

-Price: 35$

 

Colony 4

-Colony Size: 1 Queen, 1 Pupae, Larvae, and Eggs

-Housing: Test Tube

-Price: 35$

 

Colony 6

-Colony Size: 1 Queen, 6 Pupae, Larvae, and Eggs

-Housing: Test Tube

-Price: 35$

 

Colony 7

-Colony Size: 1 Queen, Larvae, and Eggs

-Housing: Test Tube

-Price: 35$

 

Colony 8

-Colony Size: 1 Queen, 2 Pupae, Larvae, and Eggs

-Housing: Test Tube

-Price: 35$


Edited by Jadeninja9, June 19 2018 - 7:32 PM.

Keeper of:

x1 Camponotus hyatti colony

x7 Lasius alienus

 

Founding:

x1 Prenolepis imparis

x1 Tetramorium immigrans

x1Campontus cf. clarithorax


#2 Offline Jadeninja9 - Posted June 12 2018 - 7:42 PM

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Colony 5 is on hold.

Keeper of:

x1 Camponotus hyatti colony

x7 Lasius alienus

 

Founding:

x1 Prenolepis imparis

x1 Tetramorium immigrans

x1Campontus cf. clarithorax


#3 Offline Jadeninja9 - Posted June 16 2018 - 4:40 PM

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Colony 5 is now sold


Edited by Jadeninja9, June 16 2018 - 4:41 PM.

Keeper of:

x1 Camponotus hyatti colony

x7 Lasius alienus

 

Founding:

x1 Prenolepis imparis

x1 Tetramorium immigrans

x1Campontus cf. clarithorax


#4 Offline sirjordanncurtis - Posted June 16 2018 - 9:07 PM

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When did they fly?

 

Or when did you find them?


Edited by sirjordanncurtis, June 16 2018 - 9:13 PM.


#5 Offline Jadeninja9 - Posted June 16 2018 - 9:24 PM

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When did they fly?

Or when did you find them?

They flew is huge numbers on August 3rd, 2017 around 12-1PM. They all laid eggs the same month but they didn’t even develop, so they died. Then in February they started laying eggs that actually started to develop, which is why it took so long for them to get workers.

Keeper of:

x1 Camponotus hyatti colony

x7 Lasius alienus

 

Founding:

x1 Prenolepis imparis

x1 Tetramorium immigrans

x1Campontus cf. clarithorax


#6 Offline sirjordanncurtis - Posted June 17 2018 - 11:28 AM

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When did they fly?

Or when did you find them?

They flew is huge numbers on August 3rd, 2017 around 12-1PM. They all laid eggs the same month but they didn’t even develop, so they died. Then in February they started laying eggs that actually started to develop, which is why it took so long for them to get workers.

 

 

Oh RIP

Well at least they aren't infertile which is good.



#7 Offline EthanNgo678 - Posted June 19 2018 - 6:28 AM

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Oh. I am sorry I pm'd you I would love to adopt colony one.



#8 Offline Jadeninja9 - Posted June 19 2018 - 9:21 AM

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Oh. I am sorry I pm'd you I would love to adopt colony one.

I messaged you.

Keeper of:

x1 Camponotus hyatti colony

x7 Lasius alienus

 

Founding:

x1 Prenolepis imparis

x1 Tetramorium immigrans

x1Campontus cf. clarithorax


#9 Offline Jadeninja9 - Posted June 19 2018 - 7:32 PM

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Colony 1 is on hold.


Keeper of:

x1 Camponotus hyatti colony

x7 Lasius alienus

 

Founding:

x1 Prenolepis imparis

x1 Tetramorium immigrans

x1Campontus cf. clarithorax





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