Raleigh North Carolinaid requests
Offline - Posted June 26 2021 - 2:08 PM
Hi there! I went on a 6 month or so hiatus, in part due, and in part cause of the death of my colonies.
However, I went back to the Sierras, and restarted my collection, which is now as follows:
Aphaenogaster uinta, Camponotus vicinus, Camponotus modoc, Formica cf. aserva, Formica cf. micropthalma, Formica cf. manni, Formica subpolita, Formica cf. subaenescens, Lasius americanus, Manica invidia, Pogonomyrmex salinus, Pogonomyrmex sp. 1, Solenopsis validiuscula, & Solenopsis sp. 3 (new Sierra variant).
Offline - Posted June 26 2021 - 2:20 PM
Offline - Posted June 27 2021 - 12:05 PM
Looks like Pheidole bicarinata.
Offline - Posted July 7 2021 - 2:58 PM
Offline - Posted July 7 2021 - 3:21 PM
That's a Solenopsis invicta queen, and sometimes a trophic egg will go uneaten and develop into a male alate. One of my colonies keeps doing this for some odd reason, even though she's also produced two workers... Her male alate larvae are more numerous than her worker larvae. Seems like a dud to me.
Offline - Posted July 7 2021 - 3:37 PM
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