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Greg's Temnothorax sp. Journal

temnothorax acorn ant acorn journal

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#1 Offline Gregory2455 - Posted October 6 2015 - 7:18 PM


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I do not even remember when, but a few months ago I got six of these queens from dspdrew, and one of them actually turned out to be fertile. It took about two months, but one of her brood actually developed into a worker. :) Right away the worker is not doing too good, but there are a few more on the way now. The other five queens are likely infertile.

Edited by Gregory2455, February 20 2019 - 10:26 PM.

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