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Acromyrmex versicolor - need some tips

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#1 Offline Mariusz - Posted August 20 2018 - 9:57 AM



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I have chance to start colony from a single queen and here I need some help. I know this species is desert species. It means that these need less humidity and higher temperature? From what I read it means that they need 100 humidity and abou 23-25 degrees Celsius - just how by "normal" (Atta sexdens, Acromyrmex coronatus etc.) leafcutter ants. They eat normal leaves like other lefcutter ants? They have majors etc? Which sizes are workers? How big colony can be?

Thanks for all advices!

#2 Offline KBant - Posted August 20 2018 - 2:33 PM


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Did you see the search bar? Type in “acromyrmex”

Thanks me later
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