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AntOblivion
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Moving ants out of a natural setup

Post: # 30165Post AntOblivion
Fri Aug 25, 2017 5:21 pm

What ways would you guys recommend moving ants from a natural setup where they dug tunnels?
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Camponotus Subbarbatus

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AntOblivion
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Re: Moving ants out of a natural setup

Post: # 30173Post AntOblivion
Fri Aug 25, 2017 7:23 pm

Can i please get some help for once
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KSkuroooari
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Re: Moving ants out of a natural setup

Post: # 30193Post KSkuroooari
Sat Aug 26, 2017 12:40 am

AntOblivion wrote:
Fri Aug 25, 2017 5:21 pm
What ways would you guys recommend moving ants from a natural setup where they dug tunnels?
I'm a first time ant-carer and especially have no experience and knowledge whatsoever with Pheidole, so I probably won't be of any help but, where were you wanting to move them to?

One of my queens (she's a Camponotus) just moved out of her test tube and made home under a piece of wood in her foraging area. It kind of sucks because now we can't watch her but we've decided to just leave her be.
Caring for Camponotus laevigatus (Queen #1) and Camponotus modoc (Queens #2 and #3).
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