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Dspdrew's Pheidole hyatti Journal [205] (Discontinued)

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#61 Offline dspdrew - Posted July 23 2017 - 3:34 AM

  • LocationSanta Ana, CA

Update 7-23-2017

I found a new queen in Wild Crossing, California on 7-10-2017. I found it wandering around on the ground at night, so I assume they flew a little earlier. I tried putting it in one of my dirt box setups, but it just sat there and didn't want to dig, so I put it in one of my small founding formicariums instead. It now has a big pile of eggs.

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#62 Offline dspdrew - Posted August 9 2017 - 8:51 AM

  • LocationSanta Ana, CA

Update 8-9-2017


This queen just got its first workers a few days ago.

#63 Offline dspdrew - Posted January 28 2018 - 4:17 PM

  • LocationSanta Ana, CA

Update 1-28-2018


The workers slowly died off and then the queen too some time last week.

#64 Offline dspdrew - Posted October 12 2019 - 6:29 PM

  • LocationSanta Ana, CA

I just recently sold this colony.


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