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Broncos’ Pogonomyrmex Rugosus


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#1 Offline Broncos - Posted August 4 2022 - 8:18 AM

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On august 2nd I went to Phelan to go anting because it had gotten hit by rain pretty hard the previous day. Right as I got out of the car, I already saw a queen digging her founding chamber. I hiked the area and my total was 15 Pogonomyrmex. Rugosus queens. So currently they all have 2-4 brood boosted Pogonomyrmex. Californicus pupae or workers. Everything went alright between the two species. All are housed in test tubes with some dirt at the bottom.
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