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Pogonomyrmex occidentalis


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#1 Offline Tai_pan1 - Posted June 14 2022 - 12:26 PM

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Received a nice colony from Mack at THA today and less than 3 hours after arrival they’ve moved into their mini hearth.

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#2 Online ANTdrew - Posted June 14 2022 - 12:31 PM

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Good luck with them!
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"The ants are a people not strong, yet they prepare their meat in the summer." Prov. 30:25
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#3 Offline Jonny8040 - Posted June 15 2022 - 6:47 PM

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Always wanted a colony of them! Good luck buddy


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#4 Offline TacticalHandleGaming - Posted June 15 2022 - 9:44 PM

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You'll love them. I have two colonies and they are just so fun to watch.


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Currently kept species

L. neoniger, P. occidentalis, C. modoc, C. novaeboracensis, C. vicinus, T. immigrans, A. occidentalis, S. molesta, P. imparis, M. kennedyi, M semirufus, F. pacifica, P. californica, M. ergatogyna.

 

Previously kept species

T. rugatulus, B. depilis.

 

Looking for

Myrmecocystus pyramicus, Myrmecocystus testaceus

Pheidole creightoni, Pheidole inquilina, Crematogaster coarctata, Crematogaster mutans

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