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I found a few small colonies of what I think are temnothorax, they nested in dirt. The other day I went hunting in acorns and sticks, but found nothing other than some beetle larvae. I wanted to know if anyone had a method of looking for this species, and what to look for. Any help would be apprecia...
- Sat Oct 21, 2017 10:17 pm
- Forum: Ant Care and Ant Keeping
- Topic: Hibernation in California Bay Area
- Replies: 2
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Tetramorium doesn't really need hibernation as they are native to tropics/subtropical regions where they don't need to hibernate. Also, ants in the bay area don't hibernate, as it stays warm enough for ants to not hibernate. They may slow down though, but they can be kept at room temperature and don...
- Fri Oct 20, 2017 5:26 pm
- Forum: Ant Diet & Nutrition
- Topic: Food help for Camponatus Queens
- Replies: 3
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Yeah, your flies are probably safe then. Also, temp doesn't always trigger hibernation. Mine decided to start hibernating end of August when time was still round eighty degrees some days. They have minds of their own...
- Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:23 pm
- Forum: Ant Journals, Videos, and Blogs
- Topic: Jadeninja9's Camponotus hyatti Journal
- Replies: 117
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Wow... with that amount of brood I would think they went at least one winter before you got them. Congratulations on such a great colony!