Looking for a queen in Arizona!

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Barfdog
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Location: Phoenix Arizona

Looking for a queen in Arizona!

Post: # 13293Post Barfdog
Thu Oct 06, 2016 10:45 pm

Hey there, getting closer to hibernation time. If anyone is in Arizona and wants to make space or get rid of colonies for the winter please feel free to message me. 8-) 8-)

seahehern
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Re: Looking for a queen in Arizona!

Post: # 13822Post seahehern
Sat Oct 15, 2016 12:39 am

Most ants in Arizona do not hibernate if u are more south so u could still find them but in spring mostly there arnt many nuptual flights in arizona now so sad #AntsLove .

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Barfdog
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Re: Looking for a queen in Arizona!

Post: # 13894Post Barfdog
Sat Oct 15, 2016 11:34 pm

seahehern wrote:Most ants in Arizona do not hibernate if u are more south so u could still find them but in spring mostly there arnt many nuptual flights in arizona now so sad #AntsLove .
Yeah it really doesn't get to cold where I am. If they do hibernate
I'm betting it isn't for long

seahehern
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Re: Looking for a queen in Arizona!

Post: # 13906Post seahehern
Sun Oct 16, 2016 5:21 am

I meant to say in spring there are more flights opps . #AntLove .

sidewinderscott
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Re: Looking for a queen in Arizona!

Post: # 14191Post sidewinderscott
Fri Oct 21, 2016 9:53 pm

same here got one queen this year but it has not produced eggs yet.

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