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Yo vivo en San Diego


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#1 Offline chaoqi - Posted August 7 2018 - 1:27 PM

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Hello.

 

Been a member on this forum for awhile but somehow never posted.  I've been keeping ants for 9 years or so now.  Still have no idea how to make them live for longer than 2 years.   :wacko3:

 

Goodbye.


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#2 Offline Major - Posted August 7 2018 - 2:24 PM

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Welcome to Formiculture! There are many members in California so you will get plenty of advice on how to keep your ants alive longer. Correct my poor Spanish grammar but "Yo vivo en San Diego" means I live in San Diego. Correct? (Had to look up vivo, I'm pretty rusty) Well guess it's time to test my depressingly basic Spanish skills, ¡Hola! ¿Comó estás? Me llamo Major.
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Colonies:
1 Temnothorax Longispinosus
1 Camponotus Pennsylvanicus
1 Tapinoma Sessile

Founding:
1 Triple Queen Formica Subserica
1 Myrmica sp.

Check out my ants for sale!http://www.formicult...ns-in-new-york/

My Journal= http://www.formicult...’s-ant-journal/

Tips & Tricks For Finding Certain Species: http://www.formicult...pecies/?p=98140

#3 Offline chaoqi - Posted August 8 2018 - 9:44 AM

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Welcome to Formiculture! There are many members in California so you will get plenty of advice on how to keep your ants alive longer. Correct my poor Spanish grammar but "Yo vivo en San Diego" means I live in San Diego. Correct? (Had to look up vivo, I'm pretty rusty) Well guess it's time to test my depressingly basic Spanish skills, ¡Hola! ¿Comó estás? Me llamo Major.

 

You got it right!

 

Smiley stickers all around.

 

To be honest, I'm actually not a native Spanish speaker either.



#4 Offline Major - Posted August 8 2018 - 9:54 AM

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Oh lol. I'm not a native Spanish speaker either.
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Colonies:
1 Temnothorax Longispinosus
1 Camponotus Pennsylvanicus
1 Tapinoma Sessile

Founding:
1 Triple Queen Formica Subserica
1 Myrmica sp.

Check out my ants for sale!http://www.formicult...ns-in-new-york/

My Journal= http://www.formicult...’s-ant-journal/

Tips & Tricks For Finding Certain Species: http://www.formicult...pecies/?p=98140

#5 Offline Gabraime - Posted August 8 2018 - 12:51 PM

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Yo hablo espanol y tambien vivo en San Diego, I have 2 years now keeping Solenopsis Xyloni colonies.Me gustan las hormigas de fuego!




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