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Liometopum occidentale rising so fast

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#1 Offline benxixi - Posted July 1 2022 - 10:16 PM


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Here is my Liometopum occidentale colony, caught about 2 month.
The first generation eggs are a lot. And queen never stop laying eggs with good feeding.
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A not very professional photographer ,welcome to visit my gallery!

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#2 Offline FloridaAnts - Posted July 3 2022 - 8:19 AM


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What is the red stuff in the bowl? Sugar water dyed red?
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#3 Offline ANTdrew - Posted July 3 2022 - 10:18 AM


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Why not start a journal?
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"The ants are a people not strong, yet they prepare their meat in the summer." Prov. 30:25
Keep ordinary ants in extraordinary ways.

#4 Offline That_one_ant_guy - Posted July 3 2022 - 11:59 AM


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Yea that's pretty normal

#5 Offline westhollywoodant - Posted August 6 2022 - 1:38 PM


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Awesome man! My queen has late stage pupa already. Not even 3 weeks since she laid first eggs. They grow quick. These look great. 

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