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Chickalo's Menacing Myrmicinae

myrmicinae menacing! chickalo lol this is useless

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#21 Offline Chickalo - Posted March 27 2022 - 1:00 PM


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Are you heating the colonies? Seems kind of late to start hibernating to me, but I suppose you could.

They're probably already in diapause, since they've been less active the past month and I only recently cleaned the glass to see they've stopped laying eggs.  Also, yes I was heating them.  I feel really stupid right now because they're so sluggish right now, they're almost certainly in diapause, so I took them off heat for now.  I guess I'll wait a few weeks to see if their activity increases.

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