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Steven
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Myrmica rubra

Post: # 46291Post Steven
Wed Aug 01, 2018 8:15 am

Has anybody ever kept there Myrmica rubra or any other ant out of hibernation, if you have how did you do it, please only state the tips and trick basically anything helpful, please don’t start telling me it the wrong thing to do or any negative comments thank you
Lasius Niger
MEGA COLONY Myrmica Rubra
Pheidole Pallidula

LearningAntz
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Re: Myrmica rubra

Post: # 46324Post LearningAntz
Wed Aug 01, 2018 1:34 pm

Ants that naturally hibernate in the wild would be best suited to hibernate when required, and not kept from it. Some people don’t hibernate however, but egg production seems to be slower.

Steven
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Re: Myrmica rubra

Post: # 46326Post Steven
Wed Aug 01, 2018 1:53 pm

Thank you for your reply, this is something I will be doing the once for my own experience, I was just wondering the best or safest way of doing, and is ther more to it then just keeping them on the heat mat?
Lasius Niger
MEGA COLONY Myrmica Rubra
Pheidole Pallidula

Steven
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Re: Myrmica rubra

Post: # 46469Post Steven
Fri Aug 03, 2018 4:20 am

Send me a free sample of your products haha talking about post bombing,,, made me smile tho.
Lasius Niger
MEGA COLONY Myrmica Rubra
Pheidole Pallidula

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