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Formica sp.

antkeeping formica

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#1 Offline NoveltyAntsYT - Posted August 6 2021 - 12:08 PM

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I recently caught 3 queens in Point Reyes mid day when it was pretty hot out. One died, one has 2 workers, and the other doesn't have workers yet. I will be focusing on the queen with workers. Might sell/trade the other one. Pictures coming in a bit. 


My YouTube channel, NA Ants: https://www.youtube....rGdk8dntxhEmi6g

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Pogonomyrmex Subnitidus

Tetramorium Immigrans

Camponotus Hyatti

Camponotus Clarithorax

Formica sp.






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