Sad but maybe not a loss?

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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Sad but maybe not a loss?

Post: # 1767Post MadVampy
Sat Aug 08, 2015 2:14 pm

Ok so when I found the nest over run with the ants I took it outside (Man there was a lot of ants covering the nest box) and yesterday and last night it rained. Well tjis morning I decided to clean the whole thing up and once I opened the nest I noticed there were some fire ants still moving! My mood perked up and I thought "What If?" so I started digging out the nesting area (it had turned into red mud from the rain) and I found others that had survived! I found ants, brood, AND I FOUND MY QUEEN!!!!!!! She was barely moving and as in the video you'll see below she was showing life.

So I'm hoping that they may survive Q the song that came to mind

The Video I shot a bit ago

Keep your fingers crossed for me and my family of Solenopsis!!!!!!!

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Post: # 1835Post larynx
Sat Aug 08, 2015 10:13 pm

thats crazy. i hope she restarts a bomb colony for you. good luck. :D
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Re: Sad but maybe not a loss?

Post: # 1838Post WillWithAnts
Sat Aug 08, 2015 11:20 pm

Cheers to the die-hard fire ants! :twisted:
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