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Camponotus pennsylvanicus Journal

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#1 Offline CreeperUniverse - Posted July 17 2019 - 7:54 PM

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I’m posting my entries in video form. The first entry is: (not sure how to hyperlink on mobile). If anyone wants more information or updates between videos, just ask on here or in the comment section of the videos.

#2 Offline CreeperUniverse - Posted October 29 2019 - 9:34 AM

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Hey everybody! I've just released the second entry to this journal. The colony is doing well.

 


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#3 Offline Da_NewAntOnTheBlock - Posted October 29 2019 - 12:11 PM

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Cover the tube you want them to move into and expose the other one with light. Also make sure you freeze off the mites on insects you catch and catch from "safe zones" as this species of ant is especially susceptible to insectasides that may have been absorbed on the prey's exoskeleton.

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