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Sick aphaenogaster?

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#1 Offline Virginian_ants - Posted April 19 2023 - 3:16 PM


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I have a aphaenogaster colony that have been acting weird lately. A few days ago i found a lot of workers in the out world about 15 the have 30. I thought they were hungry so i have them a roach and they didn't touch but now there are almost 25 and only a few in the nest. Some workers are starting to die. Does anyone know how to save them?

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