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- Tue Nov 13, 2018 10:22 pm
- Forum: The AntsCanada Ant Main Forums
- Topic: Feeding a tarantula to fire ants is cruel!
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He said it put up a good fight, it couldn't of done that in any capacity if it was already dead, I could even see it fighting the ants. You may have seen the legs move on occasion. The ants were moving the legs themselves. Remember, ants are extremely strong and were capable of tugging on the legs ...
- Mon Nov 12, 2018 10:05 pm
- Forum: Ant Species Identification Center
- Topic: QUICK QUESTION ABOUT QUEEN ANTS TEST TUBE KEEPING!
- Replies: 1
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We are goin to need pictures of the queens with measurments and locations in order to ID, and answer that question.
- Tue Oct 30, 2018 11:04 pm
- Forum: General Ant Talk
- Topic: Ants that won't outgrow their home
- Replies: 3
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no tetramorium and pheidole will both exceed their living space if fed ample amounts of food. Can you give me a link to the video with a time index?
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The secret to barriers is not thickness, it's thinness. A thick baby powder is much easier to climb over than a thin one. Also I found that babypowder+ rubbing alcohol can be crossed easily by T. immigrans, but they cannot cross plain babypowder applied lightly with a dry cotton ball.
What did you keep them in? The fact they all died in a few days leads me to believe they were either exposed to something toxic or there wasn’t enough humidity in the set up you were keeping them in. It wasn’t from lack of food because a few days without food is not going to be a problem for ants. ...
Hey! Welcome! Sl glad to see more locals :) Yeah it is unfortunately a bit late for catching queens, and I don't think anyone in the area is in the GAN project currently. I also don't have any queens to spare :cry: . The main issue with catching workers is that they need their colony to live a full ...