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Myrmecia tarsata journal.

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#21 Offline drtrmiller - Posted December 3 2014 - 1:01 AM



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The editor did not parse the video because it's a playlist.


Here's the embed for everyone:


That is friggin' amazing!  They appear to be doing well!  I am so jelly!


The Fluon you asked about is $30 plus $10 for international shipping because it must ship in a box.

Edited by drtrmiller, December 3 2014 - 1:04 AM.

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#22 Offline dspdrew - Posted December 4 2014 - 5:23 AM

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why is this the only place on the whole internet that ctrlV does not work?!?

Say what?

#23 Offline Michaelofvancouver - Posted February 10 2015 - 5:56 PM


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This is kind of a necrobump, but I was wondering what happened to this colony.

Here's my leopard gecko/ant youtube: https://goo.gl/cRAFbK


My ant website.

It contains a lot of information about ants, guides, videos, links, and more!

If you have any feedback, please post here or PM me, don't be shy!


I currently keep:

Camponotus modoc

Formica podzolica

#24 Offline Mathiacus - Posted February 26 2015 - 7:30 PM


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This colony is still going well. I have since dumped them into a dirt setup while i rebuild their formicarium. I was not pleased with how they had torn it apart.

Going slowly for now. I am trying not to rush this one.

#25 Offline antmaniac - Posted February 27 2015 - 2:39 AM


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Wow, I thought this species can stung people and may even kill them.

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