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#1 Offline mads220 - Posted May 8 2024 - 9:40 AM



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This will be my first summer hunting for queens so i registered here and hope you would help me see if it is a queen or if it is for the wild :)


My test tubes are on hold somewhere in europe from china lol


Glad to be part of your community :)

EDIT: Edited because the picture did get uploaded so half made no sense lol



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#2 Online GOCAMPONOTUS - Posted May 8 2024 - 9:59 AM


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Welcome to the forum!

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 Ernteameise - Posted May 8 2024 - 10:27 AM


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Hi there!

Good luck with your hunt!

Hope you share trophy pictures!

#4 Offline AsdinAnts - Posted May 8 2024 - 12:01 PM


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Glad to have you here!
Currently keeping
-A. occidentalis
-B. patagonicus
-C. vicinus
-F. neogagates
-L. fuliginosus
-M. invidia
-Stennama spec..
I will want to also keep some other lasius types in the future.
You should also subscribe to my youtube channel! https://www.youtube.com/@AsdAnts

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