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#1 Offline AntPerson76 - Posted May 30 2023 - 1:49 PM

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I'm going to Tennessee in three weeks, which I mentioned in my pheidole journal, and I was wondering if I find queen ants in Tennessee that are also native to Maryland (or invasive like fire ants and tetramorium) if I could bring them back to Maryland without a permit. I do spend at least three months a year in Tennessee. 



#2 Offline ANTdrew - Posted May 30 2023 - 1:59 PM

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No, not without a permit.
"The ants are a people not strong, yet they prepare their meat in the summer." Prov. 30:25
Keep ordinary ants in extraordinary ways.

#3 Offline AntPerson76 - Posted May 30 2023 - 2:00 PM

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Thanks! That clears things up.


Edited by AntPerson76, May 30 2023 - 2:01 PM.





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