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#1 Offline Ant_KeeperSeb09 - Posted July 29 2020 - 9:34 AM

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Hello, my name is Sebastian and I love nature, I take pictures with my phone and my Canon Rebel eos xsi
I Keep:

Aphaenogaster picea

camponotus herculeanus

camponotus novaeboracensis

camponotus pennsylvanicus

lasius americanus

lasius claviger

lasius neoniger

leptothorax canadensis

Formica argentea

Formica oreas

Myrmica americana or alaskensis

myrmica rubra

stenamma dieki

Prenolepis imparis

temnothorax curvispinosus

tetramorium immigrants


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#2 Offline TechAnt - Posted July 29 2020 - 9:41 AM

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Welcome to the forum! I hope you enjoy your time here, I find this forum educational, helpful, and I think you will too!
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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 / eggs and 7 workers, 1 Queen (all black variety)
(x1) Tetramorium immigrans ~lots and lots of brood / 20 workers, 1 Queen
Non-Ants:
A bunch of fish ~50 fish

Ants Wanted:Myrmecocystus sp. and Acromyrmex sp.

#3 Offline Antkid12 - Posted July 29 2020 - 9:44 AM

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Welcome, and awesome ants!


Edited by Antkid12, July 29 2020 - 9:45 AM.

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Ants I have: Tapinoma sessile(2 queen colony). RED MORPH Camponotus neacticus(now has pupae!), Tetramorium immigrans (x3), Aphaenogaster sp, Temnothorax sp, Brachymyrmex sp.   possibly infertile   :(,  Ponera pennsylvanica, and Pheidole morrisi!  :yahoo: 

 

Other insects: Polistes sp. Queen

                    

Ants I need: Pheidole sp., Trachymyrmex sp., Crematogaster cerasi , Dorymyrmex sp. Most wanted: Pheidole morrisii

 

                    

                   

 

 


#4 Offline AntsDakota - Posted July 29 2020 - 12:49 PM

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Welcome! That's quite a collection you've got there.......... there are people who have more, but still.  :)


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"God made..... all the creatures that move along the ground according to their kinds. (including ants) And God saw that it was good. Genesis 1:25 NIV versionCurrently Keeping: Aphaenogaster picea, Aphaenogaster rudis, Camponotus pennsylvanicus, Formica subsericea, Lasius americanus, Lasius aphidicola, Myrmica sp., Pogonomyrmex occidentalis, Ponera pennsylvanica ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________My Journal__________________________________________________________________________________________<p>Attention South Dakotans! Join us on The SoDAK (Society of Dakotan Ant Keepers)

#5 Offline Ant_KeeperSeb09 - Posted July 31 2020 - 8:44 AM

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forgot to mention that it's not argentea, it's 

Formica podzolica/subsericea




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