Photos: (Edit: These pics aren't good but my pics get better in the sixth post in this journal)
Pic #1 is where I keep them
Pic #2 is all my test tubes
Pic #3 is my very stubborn Aphenogaster Picea or Myrmica queen who won’t lay. I pushed the cotton a little farther down to make her feel a little more secure.
Pic #4 is still my Aphenogaster Picea or Myrmica
Pic #5 is my Tetramorium Immigrans queen I caught on nuptial flight day. She keeps on pumping out eggs!
Pic #6 is my Camponotus Pennsylvanicus (Found her in a log in a forest with trails.)
Pic #7 is my Camponotus Novaeboracensis colony with 1 worker that exposed today. Found her on a sidewalk
Pic #8 is another Camponotus Pennsylvanicus found in the same log
Pic #9 is yet another Camponotus Pennsylvanicus found in the same log
Pic #10 is more Camponotus Pennsylvanicus found in the same log (found like 30 queens in this log but for a price. Solenopsis stings...
Pic #11 is my prized Camponotus Novaeboracensis colony. They have 9 workers. They were also brood boosted. They love honey water and superworms.
2 Colonies and 6 Queens
Edited by Major, July 25 2018 - 8:31 AM.