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TEXAS ANTS-Thinning out my colonies +ATTA

tx texas atta texana atta camponotus temnothorax pheidole brachymyrmex patagonicus leptogenys elongata pheidole hyatti pheidole dentata colobopsis etiolata

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#1 Offline Jameso2001 - Posted May 3 2021 - 5:16 AM



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James' Ants for Sale

Pheidole dentata-

30w/1 queen, brood boosted- 35$

50w/1 queen, brood boosted- 50$      x3

200+w/ 1 queen, brood boosted- 75$

Leptogenys elongata-

6w/ 1 queen, 10 pupae- 35$

15w/ 1 queen, 25+ pupae- 50$

Atta texana- 

Founding queens with no workers- 30$    x8

20$ Picks

Colobopsis etiolata colony that lives inside of an oak nut-

Temnothorax pergundei colony-

Camponotus sayi/discolor queen with eggs-

Camponotus sayi/discolor queen, 3 workers and eggs-

Brachymyrmex patagonicus, 3 queens founding-

#2 Offline invincibleants1206 - Posted March 6 2022 - 1:02 PM



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You still got atta?

#3 Offline ZTYguy - Posted March 6 2022 - 3:01 PM


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This is from a year ago. I doubt they still have any.

Currently: Considering moving to Australia
Reason: Myrmecia

#4 Offline KadinB - Posted March 7 2022 - 4:57 PM


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You still got atta?

he no longer keeps ants sadly. He’s left the ant keeping hobby.

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