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- Tue Aug 21, 2018 1:27 pm
- Forum: The Ant Graveyard
- Topic: Fall of my Camponotus Queen
- Replies: 2
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I feel bad if a Solenopsis molesta queen dies. I have expeirnced Formica and Lasius queen deaths but if my Camponotus pennsylvanicus colony or my single C. pennsylvanicus queen died, that would be more than I could bear. I'm sorry for your loss. :cry: i find that one of the reasons that i like camp...
- Tue Aug 21, 2018 1:06 pm
- Forum: ACAF Questions, Support, and Suggestions for the forums
- Topic: ant care sheets
- Replies: 38
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Common name: none Species: umbratus Genus: lasius Worker size: 3mm Queen size: 6-8mm Color: light and dark brown Claustral: social parisite Diet: honey, mealworms other insects Polygynous: no Agressive: no Nesting material: dirt Colony size: 20,000 *edit Growth Rate: slow (at least in my experience)...
I once place a mealworm beetle in my camponotus container and lets just say the queens tackled it and scared it away when the beetle tried to invade the test tube.
- Mon Aug 20, 2018 10:50 am
- Forum: Ant Journals, Videos, and Blogs
- Topic: Europe | News
- Replies: 11
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Does anyone have any previous knowledge or tips on finding and caring for "acorn ants"? Any info would be greatly appreciated. are you talking about the temnothorax kind? i would just go looking in acorns for them i found a colony once but couldn't bring them home due to lack of supplies but when i...
it looks good then all i have to say when you make this put the middle sides up a little just in case so your fish don't jump out because some will do that, but you have experience with aquariums while i have little.
So I know i probably should know this by now but i still can't discern Formica queens from camponotus queens very well. the workers are easier to discern because of their movement and how jittery it is like as if they are moving in a video game that is really glitchy. The queens on the other hand th...