Diet: Fruit flies
Current setup: Test tubes
Will update as journal grows
This is the start of my Tetramorium immigrans journal, I caught many of these on Tuesday, 5/26. I am selling some of them in my shop, and they will be the same development as here. All the queens have eggs and larve, maybe around 20 large larvae. Much more than the Camponotus I'm keeping. I tried feeding honey to 2 when I first caught them, but they did not accept unlike the Camponotus. I'm keeping them around 80 degrees and I expect workers from most of them in about a week or two. I also made an experimental polygynous group. The queens are very clean, keeping their eggs/larvae in neat piles and no mold growth is visible. (the one in the picture moved all its larvae to the other side within 15 seconds because of the light which is why it looks a little messy)
Edited by rcbuggy88, July 2 2020 - 1:40 PM.