Let us know of your ant colonies or queens that have passed away. We will grieve together but will also learn why your ants may not have succeeded.
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So I just finished posting about this in my journal page here on the Forum, but figured this would be a place to maybe get some questions answered. Today I woke up to find I had lost one of my queens. She was doing well with a few nanitics tending her, and a sizeable brood. In the last week and a half id noticed shed dug her way into her cotton on the water filled end of her testube. Reaching about a quarter of the way into the cotton. this being something id never seen before as I am new to all of this. one the less I woke up to find her out of her cotton burrow this morning. Of course this excited me at first but I quickly realized she was far to still, and moments later i realized she had died. I have no idea why or what happened so im hoping some one here may know more .
Yes, that is probably what happened. This has happened quite a few times with queens and young colonies.
"God made every kind of wild beasts and every kind of livestock and every kind of creeping things;" (including ants) "and God saw that it was good." Genesis 1:25
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