It has been a while, here is a big update, with pictures! Yay!
Liometopum colony one: This colony has grown and grown, and are around three hundred workers. They have surprisingly slowed down, but I have started to feed one to two mealworms per day and Queen Abigail is pumping out those eggs.
Liometopum colony three: Queen Sierra is such a beautiful Queen and her colony should get their first majors this year.
The Darkwings: Wow, Queen Glory went to work. They have over twelve pupae, over ten larvae of different sizes, and an egg pile of over twenty. The larvae and egg pile are hard to see as they are in one of the plugged up exits. This colony is on pace to get over two hundred workers this year.
The Formica (red): This colony finally laid an egg but it is hidden underneath the Queen.
Camponotus hurculeanus: This colony hopefully will get over fifty workers but it is more likely that they only get twenty-five workers. The Queen has also layed the first batch of eggs for this year.
I have also moved the Aphaenogaster to the terrarium, so go check it out!
Anyway, I hope that you can have a great day, God bless.
Edited by antsriondel, March 2 2023 - 4:14 PM.