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#1 Offline IdioticMouse26 - Posted June 2 2024 - 12:46 PM

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Hello everyone!

I am very excited to join! I love all things insects and espcially ants. I have been keeping them quite some time now. Looking forward to learning and sharing my experiences!

My personal faviorite ants are: Carebera diversa, Pheidole, and Camponotus (you can probably see a pattern there). 

 

Shoutout to my good friend Stubyvast for introducing me to this website!


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#2 Online AsdinAnts - Posted June 2 2024 - 12:51 PM

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Hey, welcome to the site!
What kind of ants are you currently keeping?
Currently keeping
-A. occidentalis
-B. patagonicus
-C. vicinus
-F. neogagates
-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

#3 Offline IdioticMouse26 - Posted June 2 2024 - 12:55 PM

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Hi! I'm currently keeping two different species of camponotus (vicinus and modoc) and a myrmica rubra and a juvinile brazillian black tarantula (this is my first time raising a tarantula)


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#4 Online AsdinAnts - Posted June 2 2024 - 2:17 PM

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sheesh, the brazillian black tarantula seems like a beast! Good luck with it, and your colonies!
Currently keeping
-A. occidentalis
-B. patagonicus
-C. vicinus
-F. neogagates
-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

#5 Offline ANTdrew - Posted June 2 2024 - 3:12 PM

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Welcome to FC!
"The ants are a people not strong, yet they prepare their meat in the summer." Prov. 30:25
Keep ordinary ants in extraordinary ways.





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