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Success with P. Badius


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#1 Offline FloridaAnts - Posted August 4 2022 - 7:19 PM

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I was wondering for success with P. Badius, as many may not know, but Tar Heel Ants is now selling them… so I bought one… I have an extra mini-hearth, and they claim this is what they raise them in. I know a lot of people say success only comes with dirt setups for this species so… they also said care was like P. Occidentalis. Can anyone confirm/deny this? I do think however that if they died with me following his(Mack) guide, a lot of people may begin to question the guides.
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