Can anyone help my odontomachus queen ant???

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abunyil
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Can anyone help my odontomachus queen ant???

Post: # 27315Post abunyil
Sat Jul 29, 2017 3:24 am

i tried feeding the odontomachus queen dead crickets when it started laying eggs[odontomachus queens are semi claustral from what i've known],but it didn't eat it, instead, she put it further away from where it was putting its eggs to the other end of the test tube.

PLS ANYONE,HELP ME!!!

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AqdasHassaan
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Re: Can anyone help my odontomachus queen ant???

Post: # 28660Post AqdasHassaan
Thu Aug 10, 2017 1:37 pm

abunyil wrote:
Sat Jul 29, 2017 3:24 am
i tried feeding the odontomachus queen dead crickets when it started laying eggs[odontomachus queens are semi claustral from what i've known],but it didn't eat it, instead, she put it further away from where it was putting its eggs to the other end of the test tube.

PLS ANYONE,HELP ME!!!
Are you sure about the specie of your queen.?
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abunyil
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Re: Can anyone help my odontomachus queen ant???

Post: # 28704Post abunyil
Fri Aug 11, 2017 9:29 am

positive,can open its fangs 180 degrees wide and looks like the odontomachus queens i searched in google. :geek:

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Re: Can anyone help my odontomachus queen ant???

Post: # 28713Post AqdasHassaan
Fri Aug 11, 2017 10:33 am

abunyil wrote:
Fri Aug 11, 2017 9:29 am
positive,can open its fangs 180 degrees wide and looks like the odontomachus queens i searched in google. :geek:
What exact odontamachus sp. you have.? If you are not sure about it. Just post the picture in an ant ID section on the forum and we'll figure it out together. For Identification, you have to post close up shots with different angles(side views and top view preferred), its place of capture and time and length in mm.
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