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#1 Online AnthonyP163 - Posted June 14 2018 - 7:48 PM

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I will be selling my ants in the state of Wisconsin only

 

Contact me on here in PM's or at spacesinall@gmail.com

 

 

In stock I have:

 

Camponotus pennsylvanicus [Available]

Queen with brood - $40

Queen with workers - $50

 

 

Camponotus novaeboracensis [Available]

Queen with brood - $50

Queen with workers - $60

 

Camponotus nearcticus [Unavailable]

Queen with brood - $50

Queen with workers - $55

 

 

Aphaenogaster rudis (Unavailable]

Queen with 10-50 workers, some brood - $55 (also formicarium price if there is one)

 

 

 

Lasius neoniger [Unavailable]

Queen with 1-10 workers and brood - $40

Queen with no brood, going into hibernation - $25

 

Lasius americanus [Available]

Queen with 10-40 workers and brood - $65

Queen with 1-10 workers and brood - $40

Queen only - $15

 

Lasius aphidicola [AvailableSocial Parasites (Ask for info)

Queen with host workers - $55

Queen with host workers & brood - $75

 

Brachymyrmex depilis - [Unavailable]

Queen with 40-100 workers and brood - $60

 

Stenamma brevicorne [Available]

Queen with no brood, feeding needed and a semi-claustral species - $30

 

Tetramorium immigrans [Unavailable]

Queen with brood - $10

Queen with 15-100 workers and brood - $15

Queen with ~10,000 workers, dirt setup, large tank - $250 [Available]

 

Temnothorax cf. ambiguus (Available)

Queen with 15-25 workers and brood - $70 (RARE in some parts) 

 

Temnothorax curvispinosis (Unavailable)

Queen with 15-25 workers and brood - $60 (also RARE in some parts)

 

Formica dolosa (Unavailable)

Queen with brood - $55

 

Formica subsericea (Unavailable)

Queen with brood - $20

 

Formica neogagates (Unavailable)

Queen with brood - $45

 

Pheidole bicarinata (Available!)

Dealate queen with brood - $55

 

Aphaenogaster sp. 1 (Available)

Queen with brood - $45

 

 

Also:  Send me a DM telling me the species you're interested in and I will send more pictures of the mentioned species. I ONLY sell in the state of Wisconsin. If you have any questions, be sure to ask. 

 

Also contact me at Spacesinall@gmail.com


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#2 Online AnthonyP163 - Posted June 19 2018 - 7:42 PM

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Updated on 6/19/18



#3 Online AnthonyP163 - Posted July 1 2018 - 12:52 AM

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#4 Online AnthonyP163 - Posted July 15 2018 - 3:26 AM

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#5 Online AnthonyP163 - Posted July 26 2018 - 10:17 AM

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#6 Online AnthonyP163 - Posted August 4 2018 - 11:47 PM

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#7 Online AnthonyP163 - Posted December 10 2018 - 2:20 PM

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#8 Online AnthonyP163 - Posted March 30 2020 - 1:39 PM

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#9 Online AnthonyP163 - Posted May 24 2020 - 8:12 PM

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#10 Offline Alumentum - Posted May 28 2020 - 8:15 AM

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Curious to know if you still have L. americanus queens available? I live in FL but, I'm in the process of obtaining a permit for shipping. This species is native to Florida, sadly, I'm not in well enough health to go queen hunting :(



#11 Offline AntsDakota - Posted May 28 2020 - 9:15 AM

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Curious to know if you still have L. americanus queens available? I live in FL but, I'm in the process of obtaining a permit for shipping. This species is native to Florida, sadly, I'm not in well enough health to go queen hunting :(

L. americanus is not worth a permit. You have some amazing native species that someone from Wisconsin would LOVE to get their hands on.
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#12 Online AnthonyP163 - Posted May 28 2020 - 9:58 AM

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Curious to know if you still have L. americanus queens available? I live in FL but, I'm in the process of obtaining a permit for shipping. This species is native to Florida, sadly, I'm not in well enough health to go queen hunting :(

I do. Although like previously mentioned, I know a lot of species in your state that are, in my opinion, a lot cooler than L. americanus. There's also a lot of sellers and some people will simply give away common queens in FL. 



#13 Online AnthonyP163 - Posted June 9 2020 - 11:30 AM

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#14 Online AnthonyP163 - Posted June 14 2020 - 7:10 PM

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Updated 6/14/20, see Tetramorium immigrans and Lasius aphidicola



#15 Online AnthonyP163 - Posted Yesterday, 2:07 PM

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Updated 7/10/20 - P. bicarinata!


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