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I'm living in Pennsylvania Philadelphia and I want to buy cheap queen ants any will do

queen pennsylvania philadelphia cheap queen ants

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#1 Offline Bioblood - Posted July 30 2017 - 11:08 AM



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My price range is form 50$ to 0$ and if you want to contact my email is Keviw12@gmail.com

#2 Offline Connectimyrmex - Posted July 30 2017 - 12:43 PM


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Sorry, but I think that catching queens is the easiest thing to do (especially in autumn, when thousands of Lasius, Pheidole, and Formica are flying). Just go to a local tennis court and look for an ant with a fat thorax.

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#3 Offline Exels1 - Posted August 11 2017 - 6:49 PM



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I live in south philadelphia, I have tetramorium queens with workers. Let me know if you are interested
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pheidole sp.
lasius flavus
camponotus noveboracensis
Aphaenogaster Sp.

I’m employing the bullet ants. Hapanera-clamda-mana-merna. I don’t remember what it’s called but I feel bad for this guy. -Scott Lang

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