Lost my first ever queen ant

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Antmanboy
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Location: Converse,Texas,United States

Lost my first ever queen ant

Post: # 69488Post Antmanboy
Mon Apr 27, 2020 5:15 pm

The first and only queen ant I've ever caught (for now) died and I think it was because she was not fertilized she didnt lay eggs for like the entire 2 months I had her I fed her honey and syrup but she still died there could have been some mold I hadn't noticed but besides that she seemed to be doing well she died about a month ago. R.I.P little ant
Founding what I belive is a red pavment ant colony

Iris my queen red pavment ant with lots of brood
Queen Bubblehead me and my brothers big headed ant queen

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CabboAntsGuy
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Re: Lost my first ever queen ant

Post: # 69504Post CabboAntsGuy
Tue Apr 28, 2020 10:15 am

Sorry to hear that bro. :(
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Antmanboy
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Re: Lost my first ever queen ant

Post: # 69588Post Antmanboy
Thu Apr 30, 2020 4:30 pm

Thank you
Founding what I belive is a red pavment ant colony

Iris my queen red pavment ant with lots of brood
Queen Bubblehead me and my brothers big headed ant queen

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