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Selling a bunch of Camponotus queens! (California residents only)


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#1 Offline Momisthebest2020 - Posted May 15 2024 - 7:05 AM

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Send me a private message if you're interested. Prices listed below before shipping fees!

Bicolored Carpenter Ant (Camponotus vicinus) and Camponotus modoc
Singular queen - $18
Singular queen with brood - $25
Two queens in a test tube - $35
Queen with 6 workers and brood- $45


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#2 Offline ZTYguy - Posted May 15 2024 - 8:17 AM

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Sorry to be the post police however you need a few things to finalize your post. You need too put your location in your profile and you should probably list what species of Camponotus they are unless you don’t know which you could always post an ID inquiry in Identifications.
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#3 Offline The_Gaming-gate - Posted May 15 2024 - 9:29 AM

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Sorry to be the post police however you need a few things to finalize your post. You need too put your location in your profile and you should probably list what species of Camponotus they are unless you don’t know which you could always post an ID inquiry in Identifications.

The species is listed above the colony size option.

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#4 Offline Momisthebest2020 - Posted May 15 2024 - 9:42 AM

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Sorry to be the post police however you need a few things to finalize your post. You need too put your location in your profile and you should probably list what species of Camponotus they are unless you don’t know which you could always post an ID inquiry in Identifications.

The species is listed above the colony size option.
it wasn’t there before I had to change it


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#5 Offline The_Gaming-gate - Posted May 16 2024 - 4:06 AM

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If I didn’t live in Florida I’d buy one of the queens with brood.
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Ants are small creatures... but together... they can rule the world.

 

 

 





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