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I found a termite Queen and King!


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#1 Offline NancyZamora4991 - Posted September 6 2021 - 8:24 PM

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This time I'm certain these are a queen and a king because they were doing the "follow the leader" thing. What do I do now?

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#2 Offline AntBoi3030 - Posted September 6 2021 - 8:41 PM

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good luck  :)


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


#3 Offline NancyZamora4991 - Posted September 6 2021 - 8:44 PM

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thanks



#4 Offline NickAnter - Posted September 6 2021 - 8:52 PM

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What you found are I. minor, so drywood termites, so they do not need such high humidity.


Species being kept:

 

Solenopsis truncorum, Solenopsis "plebeius", Solenopsis validiuscula, Solenopsis sp., Solenopsis xyloni, Solenopsis amblychila, Camponotus vicinus, Camponotus maritimus, Formica cf. subaenescens, Formica cf. aerata, Lasius cf. americanus, Lasius aphidicola, Lasius brevicornis, Lasius nr claviger, Pheidole navigans, Nylanderia vividula, Aphaenogaster occidentalis, Temnothorax rudis, Temnothorax cf. nitens, Pogonomyrmex californicus, and Strumigenys membranifera

 

People are stupid. It explains a lot...


#5 Offline NancyZamora4991 - Posted September 7 2021 - 6:52 AM

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ok thanks



#6 Offline NancyZamora4991 - Posted September 20 2021 - 3:25 PM

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they were doing great until one of them decapitated the other one


Edited by NancyZamora4991, September 20 2021 - 3:26 PM.

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#7 Offline Skwiggledork - Posted September 21 2021 - 4:21 PM

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I'm surprised my wife hasn't done the same to me. :lol:


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Current Journals:
Camponotus chromaiodes/pennsylvanicus- https://www.formicul...tus-sp-journal/

 

Myrmicinae spp. - https://www.formicul...icinae-journal/

Pinned ant collection - https://www.formicul...ks-pinned-ants/


#8 Offline DaAnt - Posted September 21 2021 - 4:42 PM

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LOL






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