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BioScorpion: Camponotus Journal


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#1 Offline BioScorpion - Posted April 29 2022 - 8:45 PM

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BioScorpion's Camponotus Colonies

 

 

Small colony of Camponotus hurculeanus

 

 

 

 

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#2 Offline BioScorpion - Posted July 14 2022 - 11:45 PM

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I caught several queens a little over a month ago of Camponotus novaeboracensis and Camponotus pennsylvanicus. Most went to Anthony (StateSideAnts) and I kept a few. They are sitting in a room that's around 85 degrees Fahrenheit. So they are growing quickly.  (Apologizes for the poor images. Most of them are in plastic tubes making for horrible picture quality.)

 

 

 

 

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Edited by BioScorpion, July 14 2022 - 11:50 PM.

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