Tetramorium immigrans- This colony really really needs new space they've filled every chamber of the nest to the brim and have started making brood walls in the corner of their small outworld and towers on top of the nest entrance I have never seen this behavior in person although I am creating a new nest for them. I have spent the last four days designing a 3D printed ant nest that I plan to move them into once I print it out I hope it turns out fine because this is my first 3D printed ant nest that I have designed and it is pretty large 15 centimetres wide 4 centimetres thick and 8 centimetres long.
Crematogaster cerasi- This queen got her first pupa, and its not a male!
Solenopsis molesta- I won't update these two queens anymore due to them not having any workers and that I don't think they will survive.
Pogonomyrmex occidentalis- Two of the four pupa look like they are about to enclose any day now. They have been eating well and the new eggs have become small larvae.
Temnothorax curvispinosus- The queen laid two more eggs.
Prenolepis imparis- My colony eldest colony's queen (turning two years old in May) has a GIANT gaster to the point where she can barely walk and hang on the cotton. The other colony's queen has a physogastric gaster but not nearly on the level of the eldest queen.
Formica incerta- The first callow of 2022 enclosed today! this means that this colony is up to seventeen workers now.
Lasius brevicornis- They ate their cocoons I won't update them again them until they have nanitics.
that sucks about the lasius eating their cocoons.