OH MY GUH! PICTURES!!! HOORAY!!! Decided to take pics of everyone like I said so here we go.
O. rixosus first worker!!!
Bet ur wondering how the heck I even did that? Well rixosus can merge colonies so I just got a wild worker and now they are a happy family!
Next, my simillimus queen. Only got eggs and pic isn't too good so hope it's still enough.
Next is my Crematogaster sp queen! The pupa is turning black so the worker should eclose in a few days! Pls help ID if you can.
Next are the Nylanderia, Tetramorium and Pheidole!! btw the Pheidole have all the brood stashed in the cotton so you won't see any
Finally, WEAVERS! Colony has lost the nanitics so only have 12 workers. But 2 are Majors! And another 2 are on the way!
That's all for today so the next update won't have pics, bye!!
Edited by ANTS_KL, June 21 2021 - 10:29 PM.
Young ant keeper with a decent amount of knowledge on local ant species.
YouTube: https://m.youtube.co...uKsahGliSH7EqOQ (It's pretty dead. Might upload again soon, don't expect my voice to sound the same though.)
Currently kept ant species, favorites have a star in front of their names (in alphabetical order, also may be outdated sometimes): ★ Anochetus sp., ★ Camponotus irritans inferior, ★ Colobopsis leonardi, ★ Crematogaster cf. ferrarii, Odontomachus simillimus, ★ Ooceraea biroi, Pheidole parva, Tapinoma sp. (formerly Zatapinoma), ★ Trichomyrmex destructor.
Death count: Probably over a hundred individual queens and colonies by now. I cannot recall whatsoever.