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My C. chromaiodes Journal

camponotus carpenter ants colony queen

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#21 Offline Artisan_Ants - Posted April 5 2024 - 11:39 AM


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It has been a while since I updated. Not too many things changed although the fact that I stopped putting them on heat to often has it created way too much humidity so often; but I did feed them a Dubai roach (killed) and the next day; I say a HUGE batch of them eggs. Our queen is pumping them out at the most random times. We also have some larvae from a previous batch when the larger larvae were pupating. They are still in pupating stage of course and have not eclosed yet (although I am excited for when they do).
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3x - S. molesta 

1x - C. chromaiodes

2x - F. pallidefulva

2x - C. cerasi

1x - B. depilis

2x P. imparis (colonies) 3x P. imparis queens (1x queen in test tube, 3x queens in test tube, and 6x queens in another test tube. Can't wait to see the results!)


Check out my C. chromaiodes journal here: https://www.formicul...aiodes-journal/

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