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Workers Dying; Need Help!

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#41 Offline antsriondel - Posted January 8 2022 - 4:30 PM

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I'm sorry. I mis ID'd. The queen you have is smaller than Apiculatum which means she's most likely Luctosum. To my knowledge Luctosum IS NOT polygynous.

ok thanks for the info :)







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