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#1 Offline ChpAnt - Posted February 26 2023 - 7:54 PM

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Looking in PNW (Oregon) to share feedback and ideas.

Thanks for the wonderful forum! -Chp



#2 Offline T.C. - Posted February 26 2023 - 8:37 PM

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I know a keeper here in WI that was from Oregon. You missed out!

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#3 Offline TacticalHandleGaming - Posted February 27 2023 - 12:40 AM

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I'm in the mid-valley area. I'd love to share some tips.


Currently kept species

L. neoniger, P. occidentalis, C. modoc, C. novaeboracensis, C. vicinus, T. immigrans, A. occidentalis, S. molesta.

 

Previously kept species

T. rugatulus, B. depilis, P. imparis.

 

Looking for

Myrmecocystus kennedyi, Myrmecocystus pyramicus, Myrmecocystus semirufus, Myrmecocystus testaceus

Pheidole californica, Pheidole creightoni, Pheidole inquilina, Crematogaster coarctata, Crematogaster mutans

My youtube channel. 






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