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- Thu Apr 05, 2018 8:32 am
- Forum: Ant Care and Ant Keeping
- Topic: Stressed Out Ants, Is It Too Late?
- Replies: 4
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Its all good! Ants are hardy, especially if they already have workers. Just put a drop of honey right outside the straw, and make sure they have a constant supply of water. Force moving them is the easiest way to kill a colony, just let them chill! And fill them up! Fat ants = happy ants! :D If they...
- Fri Mar 30, 2018 9:44 am
- Forum: Ant Species Identification Center
- Topic: Queen ID Washington
- Replies: 6
- Views: 1238
So I feed my Camponotus Modoc some Dubai x-small roaches tonight and they loved it. They were more active than I have ever seen them. The Moduc with 8 workers I put the roach in there alive and it was a battle! They queen even came out of her tube to check it out. Lots of posturing. Dang! LIVE!? An...
- Thu Mar 29, 2018 9:17 am
- Forum: Formicariums and Ant Setups
- Topic: Moving a Formica colony from a dirt setup to a formicarium
- Replies: 1
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Not really. Maybe a tube from the dirt to the formicarium, and have the formicarium have water. And just wait. Let the dirt dry out and keep the formicarium moist. Probably have an outworld on the other side of the formicarium, so they have to go through the formicarium to get to the food. And cover...
- Wed Mar 28, 2018 10:09 am
- Forum: Nuptial Flight Schedules and Sightings
- Topic: Ant Watch Western Washington
- Replies: 29
- Views: 5338
Hey, I just moved to Washington State. I'm out by the Alki area. Hoping to find some pretty queens too, I did see what looked like a massive Lasius Colony moving from one lawn to another! Nice! Looking at the weather, it will probably be late April/early May before anything starts flying. If you se...
- Wed Mar 28, 2018 10:07 am
- Forum: New Forum Members
- Topic: Help w/ Carpenter Ant Nuptial Flights
- Replies: 11
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Checking the current nest is good to find out when they will fly. If you see queens around the entrances of a nest, they are getting ready to fly. But generally you will find them while walking on sidewalks from April-Sept. I found 1 in Aug in a parking lot, and 1 in Sept on a side walk (in Washingt...