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Feeding ants while on vacation


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#1 Offline Superant33 - Posted July 10 2018 - 9:47 PM

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Have you ever worried about your ants starving while you were away for a few days? Don’t! I left my apartment and didn’t feed my pharos ants. I keep my Pharos in a 550 sq ft enclosure that resembles an apartment. All of my neighbors keep them too! The colony size for the Pharos is legion X infinity. Apparently while I was away they took the initiative to raid one of my carpenter ant colonies that I have had for 13 years. Every C. sayi ant was dead. Awesome!

#2 Offline KBant - Posted July 11 2018 - 1:41 AM

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I was gone for a week and they killed my camponotus vicinus. They tried to get into my THA fortress but couldn’t, they also failed to get into my container store containers.
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