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THG's first Lasius neoniger colony


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#81 Offline TacticalHandleGaming - Posted May 12 2022 - 4:10 PM

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Moved the colony into their new home. A custom built tarheelants Fortress! Great example of what a Fortress for tiny/small species looks like vs the normal 3 level for medium/large species.

 

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Currently kept species

L. neoniger, P. occidentalis, C. modoc, C. novaeboracensis, T. immigrans, B. depilis, A. occidentalis, P. imparis

 

Previously kept species

T. rugatulus

 

Looking for

Myrmecocystus kennedyi, Myrmecocystus pyramicus, Myrmecocystus semirufus, Myrmecocystus testaceus

Pheidole californica, Pheidole creightoni, Pheidole inquilina, Solenopsis molesta, Crematogaster coarctata, Crematogaster mutans

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#82 Online ANTdrew - Posted May 12 2022 - 5:40 PM

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Cool. How did you move them?
"The ants are a people not strong, yet they prepare their meat in the summer." Prov. 30:25
Keep ordinary ants in extraordinary ways.

#83 Offline TacticalHandleGaming - Posted May 12 2022 - 6:00 PM

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Cool. How did you move them?

Using a UV blacklight. I've found it works better than regular light for getting colonies to move.

 

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Currently kept species

L. neoniger, P. occidentalis, C. modoc, C. novaeboracensis, T. immigrans, B. depilis, A. occidentalis, P. imparis

 

Previously kept species

T. rugatulus

 

Looking for

Myrmecocystus kennedyi, Myrmecocystus pyramicus, Myrmecocystus semirufus, Myrmecocystus testaceus

Pheidole californica, Pheidole creightoni, Pheidole inquilina, Solenopsis molesta, Crematogaster coarctata, Crematogaster mutans

My youtube channel. 





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