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Looking to buy in Northern California

paratrechina longicornis

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#1 Offline The530Ski - Posted April 19 2022 - 6:51 PM



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Looking for a small colony of Paratrechina longicornis to purchase.

Cheers in advance

Edited by The530Ski, April 19 2022 - 6:55 PM.

#2 Offline ColAnt735 - Posted April 19 2022 - 6:55 PM


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Keeping ants since 2020 

I keep:

Myrmicinae: Solenopsis molesta( 2 queens). Tetramorium immigrans ( 3 colonies with the biggest nearing 800 workers!),

Crematogaster cerasi  :yahoo:  ( 1 colony with a worker). Temnothorax  curvispinosus ( 1 queen with colony of 2 workers).

Formicinae: Prenolepis imparis ( 2 single queen colonies). Lasius brevicornis  :yahoo:( 19 founding queens) haven't seen many journals of them. Lasius Neoniger (a founding queen).Formica incerta( 1 colony with 22 workers)


Previously kept: Pogonomyrmex occidentalis   ( 1 colony with 9 workers). 


As you can tell I like ants

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