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Brad's Myrmecocystus sp. (kennedyi-group) Journal (7-24-22)


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#1 Offline B_rad0806 - Posted July 24 2022 - 3:14 PM

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7-24-22

Only found a few of these guys a week ago. They have all begun laying eggs. Pretty sure the workers will come out bicolored 

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#2 Offline ReignofRage - Posted July 24 2022 - 4:42 PM

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Finally someone who doesn't call everything M. mimicus:lol:


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