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Queen ants, Central Florida.


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#1 Offline Jacevedo - Posted November 21 2023 - 4:37 AM



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Hi! Sorry if I’m doing this wrong, this is my first post and I’m new.
I’m located in central Florida and looking for a queen, some workers, and a little brood if possible.
I saw another post ask back in march but I haven’t seen anything recent, hopefully someone is selling near me.

Thank you so much

#2 Offline XCITER - Posted November 21 2023 - 9:07 AM



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I think you gotta specify what species of ant you are looking for. Would narrow down the sellers in your area that actually have that queen for sale

#3 Offline Krist0ph - Posted January 5 2024 - 5:58 PM



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Find any? I’m in the same boat.

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