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Is pheidole cali polygenous


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#1 Offline strawnkayden1 - Posted July 16 2021 - 9:48 PM

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Is it?


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#2 Offline AlexLebedev - Posted July 29 2021 - 11:50 AM

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Yes all if not most pheidole species are polygenous don't introduce new queens after workers


Camponotus Quercicola 3 workers

Camponotus Vicinus 2 workers

Tetramorium Immigrans x2 15 workers

Prenolepis Imparis 2 workers took 137 days for workers

Pogonomyrmex Subnitidus x4 Eggs&larva  :)  :)

Pogonomyrmex Californicus Eggs?

Veromessor Andrei Eggs?


#3 Offline Kaelwizard - Posted July 29 2021 - 1:38 PM

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Yes all if not most pheidole species are polygenous don't introduce new queens after workers

That is wrong and this is a double post that has already been answered on the copy. Many Pheidole species are not polygynous.




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