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TennesseeAnts' Ant Adoption (Tennessee): Pheidole Queens Available!

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#141 Offline redneckcat - Posted April 17 2022 - 7:53 AM

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Happy Easter! I am interested in purchasing a queen ant. I have a 10 year old son that is very interested and wants a queen ant. We have had ant houses with ants but never with an actual queen. Can we buy the queen and brood from you? We live in Nashville. Have a great day!
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Carolyn


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#142 Offline unusualfire - Posted June 1 2022 - 3:20 AM

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Got any Reticulitermes flavipes? Swarming season is near the end. 



#143 Offline TennesseeAnts - Posted June 3 2022 - 6:17 AM

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Got any Reticulitermes flavipes? Swarming season is near the end.


I actually collected an entire colony a few days ago. Not sure if they're still alive but I can check.





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