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Termite ID needed


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#1 Offline FinWins - Posted September 9 2022 - 4:35 PM

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Hello, I’m new to termite keep so if this is an easy species to ID then that’s why I don’t know. I caught these pair in my back yard and in town here in northern San Diego county. They were EVERY WHERE when it was RAINING I caught about 30 of them.

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I keep: Acromyrmex versicolor :D, Brachymyrmex sp., Cremagaster sp., C. modoc, C. sansabeanus, C. clarithorax, C. maritimus, Formica argentea, L. occidental, M. mexicanus, Odontomachus brunneus :D, Pheidole sp., Pogonomyrmex californicus, Pogonomyrmex rugosus, S. xyloni, 

I’m looking for: Stigmatomma sp., Pseudomyrmex apache or gracilis, PM me if your selling these in the US





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