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Formica Aserva journal 3 queens, down to 1

social parasite slave raider

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#41 Offline Antguy - Posted April 8 2024 - 9:04 PM

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they began spinning because they're in the new nest, having access to substrate in the nest is what did it, the first gen had cocooned pupae though IMG_3128.jpg?ex=6624af17&is=66123a17&hm=






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