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#1 Offline carlbingustoes - Posted November 5 2021 - 12:17 PM

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m. mexicanus, 10-20 workers, $75 FREE SHIPPING !  

3 OR MORE COLONIES 70 EACH

m. kennedyi 1-10 workers, $50 

3 OR MORE COLONIES, FREE SHIPPING + $45 EACH

m. romanei 1-10 workers, $50

4 OR MORE COLONIES, FREE SHIPPING + $40 EACH

m. navajo 1-10 workers, $45 

3 OR MORE COLONIES, FREE SHIPPING + $40 EACH

 

I WILL NEGOTIATE.

PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

DOA POLICY AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. 

DIFFERENT SP AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.

 

CALIFORNIA ONLY, UNLESS YOU HAVE A PERMIT.


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#2 Offline jeffpbalderston - Posted November 5 2021 - 9:46 PM

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Dm you.

Edited by jeffpbalderston, November 5 2021 - 9:47 PM.

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#3 Offline benxixi - Posted November 6 2021 - 10:05 PM

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already DM you ,wanna m. mexicanus, m. kennedyi m. romanei

thank you 



#4 Offline Antkeeper01 - Posted November 7 2021 - 5:13 AM

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Already Dm you hopefully no one buys the Navajo before I do lol
EDIT: I have a permit

Edited by Antkeeper01, November 7 2021 - 5:14 AM.

1X Pogonomyrmex occidentalis 40-50 Workers

1X Solenopsis molesta 10 Workers (mono)

Ants I Want: Crematogaster sp, Camponotus Sp., Ponera Pennsylvanica, Mymercocystus sp.

 

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#5 Offline OliverO - Posted November 12 2021 - 10:03 PM

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What kind of permit would you need to get these ants shipped across state lines?


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#6 Offline Antkeeper01 - Posted November 13 2021 - 7:03 AM

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What kind of permit would you need to get these ants shipped across state lines?

APHIS PPQ 526 permit you also need to be 18 or above in order to fill one out(or have have your legal guardian fill one out for you) depending on the state and time of year it can take up to 2 1/2 months in my experience I do know someone in NY who has been waiting for the USDA to accept or decline for around 6 month and they filled out a permit for a species of honeypot much like these so good luck.


1X Pogonomyrmex occidentalis 40-50 Workers

1X Solenopsis molesta 10 Workers (mono)

Ants I Want: Crematogaster sp, Camponotus Sp., Ponera Pennsylvanica, Mymercocystus sp.

 

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#7 Offline Antkeeper01 - Posted November 13 2021 - 7:07 AM

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I would highly recommend buying from carl he is really nice and waited for me to decide until i decided on a M. navajo colony the ants haven't shipped yet but they will on Monday 5 stars for now


1X Pogonomyrmex occidentalis 40-50 Workers

1X Solenopsis molesta 10 Workers (mono)

Ants I Want: Crematogaster sp, Camponotus Sp., Ponera Pennsylvanica, Mymercocystus sp.

 

My Youtube channel: https://www.youtube....kUjx-dPFMyVqOLw

 

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#8 Offline OliverO - Posted November 14 2021 - 5:14 PM

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Hey. I looked into the permit and its a permit to move ants. Why would I need to get a permit to move ants when someone else is shipping them to me? Thanks!



#9 Offline jeffpbalderston - Posted November 14 2021 - 9:26 PM

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Because it's the person on the receiving end who will be keeping the non native species and a fact that most individuals do not know is both parties are required to have a PPQ 526 to move them.
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#10 Offline Antkeeper01 - Posted November 16 2021 - 11:05 AM

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Because it's the person on the receiving end who will be keeping the non native species and a fact that most individuals do not know is both parties are required to have a PPQ 526 to move them.

what if they are native? do both parties need permits then?


1X Pogonomyrmex occidentalis 40-50 Workers

1X Solenopsis molesta 10 Workers (mono)

Ants I Want: Crematogaster sp, Camponotus Sp., Ponera Pennsylvanica, Mymercocystus sp.

 

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#11 Offline JamesJohnson - Posted November 16 2021 - 6:32 PM

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Because it's the person on the receiving end who will be keeping the non native species and a fact that most individuals do not know is both parties are required to have a PPQ 526 to move them.

what if they are native? do both parties need permits then?

 

The USDA does not treat anything different if it is native. 


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