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Broncos’ Aphaenogaster occidentalis


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#1 Offline Broncos - Posted June 14 2020 - 10:00 AM

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Last week I obtained an Aphaenogaster occidentalis colony from jeffpbalderston. They currently have 5 workers, 1 queen, and a pile of eggs. Housed in a very small dirt setup.
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Pogonomyrmex Californicus

Pogonomyrmex Rugosus

Camponotus US CA-02

Formica Francoeuri

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#2 Online TechAnt - Posted June 14 2020 - 10:11 AM

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Photos?

Edit: Or are they all underground?

Edited by TechAnt, June 14 2020 - 10:12 AM.

Ants:
(x1) Campontous semitstaceus ~20 workers, 1 Queen
(x1) Pheidole californica ~200 workers, 4 Queens
(x1) Camponotus vicinus ~a batch of pupae and 5 workers, 1 Queen (all black variety)

Non-Ants:
A bunch of fish ~50 fish

Ants Wanted:
Myrmecocystus sp. and Acromyrmex sp.


#3 Offline Broncos - Posted June 14 2020 - 10:12 AM

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Photos?

Edit: Or are they all underground?

They are underground but I can try
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Ant Colonies:

Pogonomyrmex Californicus

Pogonomyrmex Rugosus

Camponotus US CA-02

Formica Francoeuri

Novomessor Cockorelli

Youtube:https://www.youtube....-ants-tutorials


#4 Online TechAnt - Posted June 14 2020 - 10:14 AM

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Photos?
Edit: Or are they all underground?

They are underground but I can try

Ok thanks.

Ants:
(x1) Campontous semitstaceus ~20 workers, 1 Queen
(x1) Pheidole californica ~200 workers, 4 Queens
(x1) Camponotus vicinus ~a batch of pupae and 5 workers, 1 Queen (all black variety)

Non-Ants:
A bunch of fish ~50 fish

Ants Wanted:
Myrmecocystus sp. and Acromyrmex sp.


#5 Offline Broncos - Posted June 14 2020 - 10:26 AM

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Photos?
Edit: Or are they all underground?

They are underground but I can try
Ok thanks.
Sorry there is too much dirt on the side. You can barely see the ants

Ant Colonies:

Pogonomyrmex Californicus

Pogonomyrmex Rugosus

Camponotus US CA-02

Formica Francoeuri

Novomessor Cockorelli

Youtube:https://www.youtube....-ants-tutorials


#6 Online TechAnt - Posted June 14 2020 - 10:33 AM

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Photos?
Edit: Or are they all underground?

They are underground but I can try
Ok thanks.
Sorry there is too much dirt on the side. You can barely see the ants

That’s alright.
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Ants:
(x1) Campontous semitstaceus ~20 workers, 1 Queen
(x1) Pheidole californica ~200 workers, 4 Queens
(x1) Camponotus vicinus ~a batch of pupae and 5 workers, 1 Queen (all black variety)

Non-Ants:
A bunch of fish ~50 fish

Ants Wanted:
Myrmecocystus sp. and Acromyrmex sp.


#7 Offline Broncos - Posted June 29 2020 - 4:22 PM

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Same amount of workers but this time, they have larva!


Ant Colonies:

Pogonomyrmex Californicus

Pogonomyrmex Rugosus

Camponotus US CA-02

Formica Francoeuri

Novomessor Cockorelli

Youtube:https://www.youtube....-ants-tutorials





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