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Anting Tips for Southern Nevada

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#21 Offline GOCAMPONOTUS - Posted March 4 2024 - 3:18 PM

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If you want to collect brood or any established colonies ( I would do that as my last option).



Currently keeping
1.Camponotus vicinus. 5 workers
2.Camponotus modoc. 5 workers
3. Camponotus hyatti. 1 worker
4.Veromessor pergandei. founding
5 Linepithema humile. 70-100 workers 5 queens
6. Pheidole Californica. 65 workers
I want: Atta,Myrmecia,Myrmica,Myrmecocystus


#22 Offline cooIboyJ - Posted March 4 2024 - 3:19 PM

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ok


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#23 Offline GOCAMPONOTUS - Posted March 4 2024 - 3:20 PM

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Any thing else you want to know.?



Currently keeping
1.Camponotus vicinus. 5 workers
2.Camponotus modoc. 5 workers
3. Camponotus hyatti. 1 worker
4.Veromessor pergandei. founding
5 Linepithema humile. 70-100 workers 5 queens
6. Pheidole Californica. 65 workers
I want: Atta,Myrmecia,Myrmica,Myrmecocystus


#24 Offline cooIboyJ - Posted March 4 2024 - 3:20 PM

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IDK


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#25 Offline GOCAMPONOTUS - Posted March 4 2024 - 3:21 PM

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When a question pops up just post it on the forum and someone will answer 

 

Cheers!



Currently keeping
1.Camponotus vicinus. 5 workers
2.Camponotus modoc. 5 workers
3. Camponotus hyatti. 1 worker
4.Veromessor pergandei. founding
5 Linepithema humile. 70-100 workers 5 queens
6. Pheidole Californica. 65 workers
I want: Atta,Myrmecia,Myrmica,Myrmecocystus


#26 Offline cooIboyJ - Posted March 4 2024 - 3:22 PM

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ok


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#27 Offline GOCAMPONOTUS - Posted March 4 2024 - 3:23 PM

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Hope you catch some harvesters!



Currently keeping
1.Camponotus vicinus. 5 workers
2.Camponotus modoc. 5 workers
3. Camponotus hyatti. 1 worker
4.Veromessor pergandei. founding
5 Linepithema humile. 70-100 workers 5 queens
6. Pheidole Californica. 65 workers
I want: Atta,Myrmecia,Myrmica,Myrmecocystus


#28 Offline cooIboyJ - Posted March 4 2024 - 4:01 PM

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Thanks!


I LIKE ANTS!!!!


#29 Offline The_Gaming-gate - Posted March 28 2024 - 12:05 AM

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Considering the main nuptial flight season is starting soon, I suppose I can add some things here.

Flip under stones and moss after a rainy day, queens will try to get a cheap hiding place under those. Tiles may host Tetramorium and Solenopsis especially. Lasius will wander along the pavement, just keep an eye out. Camponotus will be around parks, and backlighting will also earn you some.
Semi-Claustrals will be foraging for a while, just look for them. Largest red ones are Pogonomyrmex, others are ponerine ants. Medium sized red ones in forests are either Polyergus or Formica. Formica is usually claustral, but the Polyergus is a social parasite. A small amount of “Formica colonies” will have Polyergus alates due to being taken over.

Edited by The_Gaming-gate, March 28 2024 - 12:06 AM.

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