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Theantguy's Myrmecocystus romainei Journal

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#1 Offline TheAntGuy - Posted August 4 2021 - 2:28 AM


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04/08/2021 (dd/mm/yyyy)


Hey all!


Caught 14 queens of this species about a week ago, they had flown about an hour prior. Got more than 14 originally but gave some away and some died. Really hoping they do well as I really enjoy their color and markings. I'd love to see repletes as well.


For those wondering how I ID'd them, I am going based off location collected and comparison to the pictures from Drew's Journal on this species. Assuming he Keyed them out correctly in 2015, these are most definitely the same thing, as the queens I collected are identical to the one from that journal. 


Pictures coming soon :)

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