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Lasius brevicornis

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#1 Offline Ottercl - Posted August 18 2023 - 11:13 AM


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I’ve always to keep Lasius brevicornis and want to find a queen this year. Have they started flying yet (I know they fly late summer, like neoniger)? Also, what time of day do they typically fly? I know Lasius americanus fly around 10 PM.
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#2 Offline Whitemoss - Posted August 24 2023 - 2:11 AM



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I was out Tuesday near Toronto Ontario and they were getting ready to fly. I don't think they flew but may have Wednesday.
If that helps at all lol
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