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#221 Offline ponerinecat - Posted Today, 9:25 AM

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Cyphoderidae sp. An exceedingly common soil dwelling group, and often found in ant nests.


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#222 Offline ANTdrew - Posted Today, 9:35 AM

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Cyphoderidae sp. An exceedingly common soil dwelling group, and often found in ant nests.

Good to know. Thanks!
I had these living in a sealed jar terrarium, which I left totally unattended in the teachers’ lounge of my school since March. I was able to pick it up on Tuesday, and both the plants and springtails are doing great. I added in some new springtails today, including Isotomidae.

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"The ants are a people not strong, yet they prepare their meat in the summer." Prov. 30:25





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