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#1 Offline Darwinism89 - Posted September 3 2019 - 5:23 PM

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Species: Brachymyrmex patagonicus(Dark Rover Ant)
Colony Size: 1-10
Housing: Test tube
Price: $30
# of Colonies: 10

Species: Camponotus Planatus (The compact carpenter ant)
Colony Size:3-50
Housing: Test tube
Price: $45
# of Colonies: 4
Camponotus planatus (compact carpenter ants) https://imgur.com/gallery/1ER4hil

Species: Camponotus Tortuganus (carpenter ant)
Colony Size: 1-10
Housing: Test tube
Price: $45
# of Colonies: 5
Camponotus tortuganus (lesser florida carpenter)
https://imgur.com/gallery/w2Ja5Wm

Species: Camponotus floridanus(Carpenter Ant)
Colony Size: 1-10
Housing: Test tube
Price: $50
# of Colonies: 5
Camponotus floridanus (florida carpenter) https://imgur.com/gallery/Hn6vmHz

Species: Colobopsis impressa(Cork-Headed Ant)
Colony Size: 0
Housing: Test tube
Price: $45
# of Colonies: SOLD OUT

Species: Dorymurmex bureni (Pyramid Ants)
Colony Size: 5-20 workers
Housing: Test tube
Price: $30
# of Colonies: 10

Species: multiple small pheidole species
Colony Size: 1-50
Housing: Test tube
Price: $25
# of Colonies: 10

Species: Pheidole megacephala (Big-Headed Ants)
Colony Size: 5-15
Housing: Test tube
Price: $45
# of Colonies: 10
Pheidole megacephala ( big headed ants) https://imgur.com/gallery/T6P7zMT

Species: Tapinoma Melanocephalum (Ghost Ants)
Colony Size: 1-30
Housing: Test tube
Price: $35
# of Colonies: 4

You can email me at florida.ants89@gmail.com

Email was typed incorrect but is now correct

Edited by Darwinism89, September 22 2019 - 12:52 AM.


#2 Offline SurfingTangents - Posted September 3 2019 - 7:10 PM

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Can you post pictures or a video of the ghost ants?
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#3 Offline Darwinism89 - Posted September 10 2019 - 7:03 AM

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It won't allow me to post the photos. They were awful anyways. ghost ants are so tiny and with the soil in the tube and them blenging in with the brood you wernt likely to make any out. Especially because my phones camera is a potato

#4 Offline WanderAnts - Posted September 10 2019 - 9:15 AM

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Species: Brachymyrmex patagonicus(Dark Rover Ant)
Colony Size: 1-10
Housing: Test tube
Price: $20
# of Colonies: 10

Species: Camponotus Planatus (The compact carpenter ant)
Colony Size:3-50
Housing: Test tube
Price: $30-$50
# of Colonies: 1

Species: Camponotus Tortuganus (carpenter ant)
Colony Size: 1-10
Housing: Test tube
Price: $45
# of Colonies: 5

Species: Camponotus floridanus(Carpenter Ant)
Colony Size: 1-10
Housing: Test tube
Price: $50
# of Colonies: 5

Species: Colobopsis impressa(Cork-Headed Ant)
Colony Size: 1-10
Housing: Test tube
Price: $45
# of Colonies: 2

Species: Dorymurmex bureni (Pyramid Ants)
Colony Size: 5-20 workers
Housing: Test tube
Price: $30
# of Colonies: 10

Species: multiple small pheidole species
Colony Size: 1-50
Housing: Test tube
Price: $15
# of Colonies: 10

Species: Pheidole megacephala (Big-Headed Ants)
Colony Size: 5-15
Housing: Test tube
Price: $40
# of Colonies: 6

Species: Tapinoma Melanocephalum (Ghost Ants)
Colony Size: 1-30
Housing: Test tube
Price: $25
# of Colonies: 4

You can email me at florida.ants@gmail.com

A few questions;

How many queens does the planatus colony have? 

Is it possible to get a better worker count? (3 to 50 is quite a large gap)

Do you have a picture of the colony? If you can't post it here you could always use imgur and post the link


Edited by WanderAnts, September 10 2019 - 9:16 AM.


#5 Offline Darwinism89 - Posted September 15 2019 - 1:22 AM

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Species: Brachymyrmex patagonicus(Dark Rover Ant)
Colony Size: 1-10
Housing: Test tube
Price: $20
# of Colonies: 10

Species: Camponotus Planatus (The compact carpenter ant)
Colony Size:3-50
Housing: Test tube
Price: $30-$50
# of Colonies: 1

Species: Camponotus Tortuganus (carpenter ant)
Colony Size: 1-10
Housing: Test tube
Price: $45
# of Colonies: 5

Species: Camponotus floridanus(Carpenter Ant)
Colony Size: 1-10
Housing: Test tube
Price: $50
# of Colonies: 5

Species: Colobopsis impressa(Cork-Headed Ant)
Colony Size: 1-10
Housing: Test tube
Price: $45
# of Colonies: 2

Species: Dorymurmex bureni (Pyramid Ants)
Colony Size: 5-20 workers
Housing: Test tube
Price: $30
# of Colonies: 10

Species: multiple small pheidole species
Colony Size: 1-50
Housing: Test tube
Price: $15
# of Colonies: 10

Species: Pheidole megacephala (Big-Headed Ants)
Colony Size: 5-15
Housing: Test tube
Price: $40
# of Colonies: 6

Species: Tapinoma Melanocephalum (Ghost Ants)
Colony Size: 1-30
Housing: Test tube
Price: $25
# of Colonies: 4

You can email me at florida.ants@gmail.com

A few questions;
How many queens does the planatus colony have?
Is it possible to get a better worker count? (3 to 50 is quite a large gap)
Do you have a picture of the colony? If you can't post it here you could always use imgur and post the link


I have multiple colonies ranging from 3 to 50 workers

#6 Offline Darwinism89 - Posted September 15 2019 - 1:41 AM

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Camponotus planatus (compact carpenter ants) https://imgur.com/gallery/1ER4hil

#7 Offline dspdrew - Posted September 15 2019 - 6:35 PM

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Please check the rules.

 

Members must accurately represent their location in their Member Profile to participate in offers to buy, sell, trade, or otherwise distribute living ants of any caste or life stage.


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#8 Offline Darwinism89 - Posted September 17 2019 - 2:55 AM

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Ok aparently there is no way to edit your bio/profile in the mobile version. At least that i could see. But i switched to thes full version and added my location. Thanks for the heads up. And sorry I'm new to this forum and I'm still learning

Edited by Darwinism89, September 17 2019 - 3:31 AM.


#9 Offline Hightlyze - Posted September 22 2019 - 1:07 AM

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Florida ant kidnapped due to being interesting to antkeepers


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#10 Offline Darwinism89 - Posted September 27 2019 - 4:40 PM

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Florida ant kidnapped due to being interesting to antkeepers


What?

#11 Offline Da_NewAntOnTheBlock - Posted October 26 2019 - 5:13 AM

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Florida ant kidnapped due to being interesting to antkeepers

Please don't post unless it has to do with the topic. Don't cause problems. It's raiser for everyone that way.

There is a important time for everything, important place for everyone, an important person for everybody, and an important ant for each and every ant keeper and myrmecologist alike


#12 Offline DDD101DDD - Posted October 26 2019 - 6:09 AM

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Florida ant kidnapped due to being interesting to antkeepers

Please don't post unless it has to do with the topic. Don't cause problems. It's raiser for everyone that way.

 

This is an old post, before he got better. You don't need to remind him more, which might cause more problems.


He travels, he seeks the p a r m e s a n.


#13 Offline Da_NewAntOnTheBlock - Posted October 26 2019 - 11:05 AM

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Florida ant kidnapped due to being interesting to antkeepers

Please don't post unless it has to do with the topic. Don't cause problems. It's raiser for everyone that way.
This is an old post, before he got better. You don't need to remind him more, which might cause more problems.
got it

There is a important time for everything, important place for everyone, an important person for everybody, and an important ant for each and every ant keeper and myrmecologist alike


#14 Offline Traveller - Posted October 26 2019 - 4:03 PM

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Do you still have planatus?

#15 Offline Darwinism89 - Posted October 27 2019 - 3:05 PM

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Do you still have planatus?

Yes I do. Though I must warn they aren't an easy species

Florida ant kidnapped due to being interesting to antkeepers

Please don't post unless it has to do with the topic. Don't cause problems. It's raiser for everyone that way.
This is an old post, before he got better. You don't need to remind him more, which might cause more problems.
got it

I was really confused by this post anyone care to explain?

#16 Offline DDD101DDD - Posted October 27 2019 - 3:14 PM

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Basically Hightlyze was being kind of annoying in several threads, and there was a big argument about that a week or two ago. Now Hightlyze has stopped doing that kind of stuff.


Edited by DDD101DDD, October 27 2019 - 3:14 PM.

He travels, he seeks the p a r m e s a n.


#17 Offline jodyduda - Posted November 6 2019 - 6:11 PM

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My son is interested in the big headed ants. Are these still available?

 

jody duda


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#18 Offline Andrewslatter - Posted November 12 2019 - 9:32 PM

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Interested in the mega big heads queens and the smaller ones as well. Pm me please thanks :)

#19 Offline Bobby_Hill - Posted October 16 2020 - 4:35 AM

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Hi, I was wondering if you still have a tortuganus colony for sale.

#20 Offline Ants_Dakota - Posted October 16 2020 - 6:20 AM

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Hi, I was wondering if you still have a tortuganus colony for sale.

it might be best to PM him, as he will see it sooner.


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