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Stigmatomma pallipes


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#1 Offline Ant_KeeperSeb09 - Posted September 5 2021 - 6:22 PM

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Aight so I caught two queens in my pool this year and yes, I know about how hard and long it can be for founding. They haven't laid eggs (obviously) and gonna go to the fridge tomorrow. Hopefully I raise a colony of those or boost them with couple workers. I actually never saw a worker in my zone
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#2 Offline AntBoi3030 - Posted September 5 2021 - 6:24 PM

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what setup are they in?


My favorite queens/colony’s:
Pheidole Tysoni, Selonopis Molesta, Brachymyrmex Depilis, Tetramorium Immagrians, Prenolepis Imparis, Pheidole Bicirinata 


#3 Offline Ant_KeeperSeb09 - Posted October 10 2021 - 3:10 PM

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what setup are they in?

Test tube with dirt, they're doing ok. Eating centipedes very well. There's also springtails inside

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