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#1 Offline Antguy - Posted April 3 2024 - 4:24 PM

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I just received this colony from Statesideants, they have 3 workers and 3 pupae. IMG_3064.jpg?ex=66206804&is=660df304&hm=IMG_3065.jpg?ex=66206804&is=660df304&hm=


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#2 Online GOCAMPONOTUS - Posted April 3 2024 - 4:26 PM

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Hope this colony grows well! Good luck @Antguy


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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


#3 Offline Antguy - Posted April 3 2024 - 4:48 PM

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Thank you, I'm very hopeful as well


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#4 Offline Antguy - Posted April 3 2024 - 5:36 PM

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Hope she lays some eggs soon


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#5 Offline Antguy - Posted April 6 2024 - 3:44 PM

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At least 1 egg


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#6 Offline Antguy - Posted April 6 2024 - 9:52 PM

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I see more eggs now







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