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#1 Offline Spoodzy - Posted August 26 2019 - 4:44 AM

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1. Location of collection: Norhern Poland
2. Date of collection: 25.08.2019
3. Habitat of collection: Near a lake
4. Length (from head to gaster): 6mm
5. Color, hue, pattern and texture: Dark reddish - orange
6. Distinguishing characteristics: Two peitole nodes, small head and gaster
7. Distinguishing behavior:Really active

 

Pics: https://imgur.com/a/DMg04t8


Edited by Spoodzy, August 26 2019 - 4:46 AM.


#2 Offline NickAnter - Posted August 26 2019 - 5:12 AM

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Myrmica species.

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). 


#3 Offline Manitobant - Posted August 26 2019 - 8:06 AM

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As said above, that is a myrmica queen. Unlike most other queens, she is semi claustral, meaning you need to feed her during the founding stage.





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