Both colonies are still doing well, and are still producing lots of new eggs.
The colony living in my new experimental formicarium has been eating a lot of crickets lately and feeding the larvae like crazy. They seem to like to keep the crickets right in the middle of all the larvae, and usually in the left-hand, bottom-most chamber. They have started storing some of their trash in the top left chamber unfortunately, but I'm hoping this will change as the colony grows. They still don't have any repletes ever since the only one they had died during the move. They have been feeding the queen so much humming bird nectar that her whole gaster has turned bright red.
The other colony living in the foraging container had their test tube dry out on them, killing a few workers. Because of the way the water evaporated, I didn't even notice it was dry for about a week. I put a new test tube in there, and they are now all moved in. For a while, they all had moved except the repletes and the queen. It looks like the repletes just can't hardly move themselves around, mainly because of being stuck to the bottom by some of the sticky humming bird nectar. Eventually I moved them all myself, but damaged one of the repletes while doing so, and it has since died.
I added a webcam on to the colony in the formicarium, which stays lighted and online 24 hours a day. If you would like to check it out, you can see it here (http://antcam.gyg.cc:8081/).