RIP: a whole lot of solenopsis xyloni queens

Let us know of your ant colonies or queens that have passed away. We will grieve together but will also learn why your ants may not have succeeded.

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Theantguy13
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RIP: a whole lot of solenopsis xyloni queens

Post: # 14804Post Theantguy13
Tue Nov 15, 2016 12:49 am

Definetly sad but I'm not doomed to wit the whole winter, as I have 4 colonies with at least 1 nanitic.
(2 or 3 I'm going to sell on GAN soon. 5 USD only!)

This post is just a memorial to all of the queens that I've caught over the 6 months that I've been antkeeping that have succumbed to natural causes. RestInPepperonis...
There are more ants on the planet than humans.
I'm wondering what the dominant species really is... :o

My ant queens still founding a colony:
Brachymyrmex sp.(1)
pogonomyrmex rugosus? (1)

My ant colonies:
Solenopsis Xyloni (1)

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Re: RIP: a whole lot of solenopsis xyloni queens

Post: # 14815Post ants1fan
Tue Nov 15, 2016 12:28 pm

Theantguy13 wrote:Definetly sad but I'm not doomed to wit the whole winter, as I have 4 colonies with at least 1 nanitic.
(2 or 3 I'm going to sell on GAN soon. 5 USD only!)

This post is just a memorial to all of the queens that I've caught over the 6 months that I've been antkeeping that have succumbed to natural causes. RestInPepperonis...
thats sad i remember my first and queen fail. so sad :cry:
owner of a beginning Solenopsis colony :) (1 queen, 0 workers, a brood) :o

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