When Does Myrmecostus Mexicanus(Honeypot Ants)Mate

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PTasker15
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When Does Myrmecostus Mexicanus(Honeypot Ants)Mate

Post: # 32687Post PTasker15
Wed Nov 01, 2017 1:00 pm

When Does Myrmecostus Mexicanus(Honeypot Ants)Mate?IK We Have Them In Texas.
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Re: When Does Myrmecostus Mexicanus(Honeypot Ants)Mate

Post: # 32727Post YSTheAnt
Thu Nov 02, 2017 11:17 pm

June to July, after rains. These tend to fly only after larger storms.
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Re: When Does Myrmecostus Mexicanus(Honeypot Ants)Mate

Post: # 32754Post PTasker15
Sat Nov 04, 2017 11:33 am

Thanks...I Caught One In July But Had No Idea What It Was...So Relased It...I Regret It
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Proud Owner Of;A Odontomachis Clarus Queen,A RIFA Colony,1 Pheidole Texana Colony,A Paratrechina Lonchicornus Colony,A Nylanderia Fulva Colony,Lasius Neoniger,And Ponera pennsylvanica

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Re: When Does Myrmecostus Mexicanus(Honeypot Ants)Mate

Post: # 32768Post YSTheAnt
Sun Nov 05, 2017 1:58 am

Aww... Well hopefully you will catch one next year. Try digging up foundation Chambers after rains, it works for lots of desert species.
Check out my blog: bayareaants.blogspot.com
Keeper of:
Camponotus Modoc
Plan to keep (hopefully)
Myrmecocystus
Prenolepis imparis
Tetramorium Sp. E
Formica Moki
And anything else I might find!

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