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(Discontinued) Formica cf. subintegra journal (traded away)

formica sanguinea group parsits

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#1 Offline OiledOlives - Posted August 5 2021 - 4:47 PM

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I got two Formica sanguinea group queens from iDunno70 last week, and recently they eclosed their first callows. I have put both of the queens together in the same formicarium, so hopefully that lasts.

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#2 Offline Polyacanthus - Posted August 5 2021 - 7:19 PM

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Wow, where did all the pupae come from?
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#3 Offline OiledOlives - Posted August 28 2021 - 4:10 PM

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Wow, where did all the pupae come from?

They're slave raiders, so I boosted the two queens with a bunch of subsericea pupae


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#4 Offline OiledOlives - Posted January 12 2022 - 7:08 AM

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This Formica subintegra colony was traded away a couple months ago. They had gotten bio prepupae.


Edited by OiledOlives, January 12 2022 - 7:08 AM.

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