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OGGKING1
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Re: hardcore challenge

Post: # 97467Post OGGKING1
Tue Nov 29, 2022 11:50 pm

SYUTEO wrote:
Thu Feb 10, 2022 7:33 am
This post might get too long. And this is species only.

Acanthomyrmex glabfemoralis
Acanthomyrmex mindanao
Acanthomyrmex ferox
Aenictus wilsoni
Aenictus cornutus
Aenictus laeviceps
Anochetus subcoecus
Anochetus graeffei
Anochetus risii
Acromyrmex octospinosus
Acromyrmex echinatior
Acromyrmex versicolor
Atta cephalotes
Atta colombica
Atta texana
Atta laevigata
Atta mexicana
Atta sexdens
Amblyopone australis
Adetomyrma venatrix
Anoplolepis gracilipes
Brachyponera lutea
Brachyponera chinensis
Camponotus parius
Camponotus auriventris
Camponotus albosparsus
Camponotus arrogans
Camponotus aeneopilosus
Camponotus americanus
Camponotus bedoti
Camponotus barbatus
Camponotus compressus
Camponotus consobrinus
Camponotus castaneus
Camponotus chromaiodes
Camponotus detritus
Camponotus fallax
Camponotus floridanus
Camponotus festinatus
Camponotus fragilis
Camponotus gilviceps
Camponotus habereri
Camponotus herculeanus
Camponotus irritans
Camponotus irratibilis
Camponotus *** SPAM ***
Camponotus japonicus
Camponotus ligniperda
Camponotus lownei
Camponotus lianghuang
Camponotus maculatus
Camponotus modoc
Camponotus nigriceps
Camponotus novaeboracensis
Camponotus planatus
Camponotus pennsylvanicus
Camponotus sansabeanus
Camponotus singularis
Camponotus sericeiventris
Camponotus vagus
Camponotus variegatus
Carebara affinis
Carebara diversa
Carebara castanea
Carebara vidua
Cataulacus horridus
Cataulacus granulatus
Cephalotes atratus
Cephalotes varians
Cataglyphis bombycina
Cataglyphis bicolor
Colobopsis badia
Colobopsis cylindrica
Colobopsis explodens
Colobopsis truncatus
Colobopsis leonardi
Colobopsis vitrea
Colobopsis saundersi
Crematogaster rogenhoferi
Crematogaster scutellaris
Crematogaster borneensis
Crematogaster cerasi
Daceton armigerum
Diacamma rugosum
Diacamma pallidus
Diacamma geometricum
Diacamma scalpratum
Dinoponera australis
Dinoponera gigantea
Dinoponera quadriceps
Dinomyrmex gigas
Dolichoderus thoracicus
Dorylus laevigatus
Dorylus orientalis
Dorylus fulvus
Dorylus helvolus
Dorylus wilverthi
Dorymyrmex insanus
Dorymyrmex bicolor
Echinopla tunkuabduljalilii
Eciton burchellii
Eciton hamatum
Eciton vagans
Eciton mexicanum
Eciton lucanoides
Formica rufa
Formica sanguinea
Formica fusca
Formica subsericea
Formica biophillica
Gigantiops destructor
Gnamtogenys bicolor
Gnamtogenys triangularis
Harpegnathos saltator
Harpegnathos venator
Hypoponera opaciceps
Hypoponera opacior
Iridomyrmex anceps
Iridomyrmex bicknelli
Iridomyrmex purpureus
Lasius niger
Lasius neoniger
Lasius emarginatus
Lasius flavus
Lasius americanus
Lasius fuliginosus
Lasius alienus
Lasius claviger
Lasius umbratus
Lepisiota rothneyi
Leptomyrmex erythrocephalus
Linepithema humile
Liometopum occidentale
Manica rubida
Manica hunteri
Martialis huereka
Megaponera analis
Meranoplus bicolor
Meranoplus malaysianus
Meranoplus mayri
Mesoponera rubra
Messor barbarus
Messor cephalotes
Messor structor
Monomorium minimum
Monomorium monomorium
Monomorium pharaohnis
Monomorium floricola
Myopias maligna
Myopopone castanea
Myrmecia pilosula
Myrmecia nigrocincta
Myrmecia forficata
Myrmecia nigriceps
Myrmecia brevinoda
Myrmecia piliventris
Myrmecia fulvipes
Myrmecia chrysogaster
Myrmecia pyriformis
Myrmecia simillima
Myrmecia gulosa
Myrmecia nigriscapa
Myrmecina graminicola
Myrmecina americana
Myrmecocystus mexicanus
Myrmecocystus mendax
Myrmecocystus mimicus
Myrmecocystus navajo
Myrmica rubra
Myrmicaria carinata
Myrmicaria brunnea
Myrmoteras binghamii
Myrmoteras indicum
Myrmoteras iriodum
Myrmoteras jaitrongi
Mystrium camillae
Mystrium oberthueri
Mystrium rogeri
Mystrium voelzkowi
Neoponera villosa
Nomamyrmex esenbeckii
Nothomyrmecia macrops
Novomessor cockerelli
Nylanderia fulva
Nylanderia kreapelini
Ochetellus glaber
Odontomachus assiniensis
Odontomachus brunneus
Odontomachus bauri
Odontomachus cockereli
Odontomachus clarus
Odontomachus erythrocephalus
Odontomachus hastatus
Odontomachus littoralis
Odontomachus monticola
Odontomachus malignus
Odontomachus opaciventris
Odontomachus pararixosus
Odontomachus rixosus
Odontomachus simillimus
Odontoponera denticulata
Odontoponera transversa
Oecophylla smaragdina
Oecophylla longinoda
Ooceraea biroi
Pachycondyla crassinoda
Paltothyreus tarsatus
Paraponera clavata
Paratopula ceylonica
Paratopula macta
Paratrechina longicornis
Pheidole parva
Pheidole rhea
Pheidole obtusospinosa
Pheidole megacephala
Pheidole longipes
Pogonomyrmex maricopa
Pogonomyrmex montanus
Pogonomyrmex barbatus
Pogonomyrmex rugosus
Pogonomyrmex magnicanthus
Pogonomyrmex californicus
Polyergus rufescens
Polyergus mexicanus
Polyergus topoffi
Polyergus samurai
Polyrhachis australis
Polyrhachis cyaniventris
Polyrhachis bihamata
Polyrhachis dives
Polyrhachis armata
Polyrhachis ammon
Polyrhachis rastellata
Polyrhachis vermiculosa
Polyrhachis bicolor
Polyrhachis semiinermis
Polyrhachis abdominalis
Polyrhachis saevissima
Ponera pennsylvanica
Prenolepis imparis
Proatta buteli
Pseudomyrmex apache
Pseudomyrmex ferruginea
Pseudomyrmex gracilis
Pseudomyrmex pallidus
Pseudoneoponera tridentata
Pseudoneoponera rufipes
Rhytidoponera confusa
Rhytidoponera metallica
Solenopsis geminata
Solenopsis invicta
Solenopsis richteri
Solenopsis xyloni
Solenopsis fugax
Solenopsis molesta
Stigmatomma reclinatum
Stigmatomma pallipes
Strumigenys membranifera
Strumigenys rogeri
Tapinoma melanocephalum
Tapinoma sessile
Technomyrmex difficilis
Technomyrmex albipes
Temnothorax curvispinosus
Tetramorium caespitum
Tetramorium bicarinatum
Tetramorium immigrans
Tetramorium lanuginosum
Tetraponera rufonigra
Tetraponera nigra
Tetraponera nitida
Tetraponera allaborans
Thaumatomyrmex atrox
Trachymyrmex septentrionalis
Trichomyrmex destructor
Tyrannomyrmex rex
Veromessor pergandei
Wasmannia auropunctata

I love how they are all in alphabetical order

.... wikipedia :lol:
ant colonies owned

myrmecia pilosula(founding stage)
monomorium sp (founding stage
iridomyrmex bicknelli (founding stage)
iridomyrmex sp (founding stage)
Nylanderia sp (founding stage)

SYUTEO
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Re: hardcore challenge

Post: # 97480Post SYUTEO
Wed Nov 30, 2022 6:31 am

OGGKING1 wrote:
Tue Nov 29, 2022 11:50 pm
SYUTEO wrote:
Thu Feb 10, 2022 7:33 am
This post might get too long. And this is species only.


I love how they are all in alphabetical order

.... wikipedia :lol:
Actually no, I used a website to get them all to be in alphabetical order.

Let's just forget about this thread alright?

Had to remove that post cuz it got over the character limit...

SolenopsisKeeper
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Location: United States, Florida

Re: hardcore challenge

Post: # 97501Post SolenopsisKeeper
Wed Nov 30, 2022 12:49 pm

SYUTEO wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 6:31 am
OGGKING1 wrote:
Tue Nov 29, 2022 11:50 pm
SYUTEO wrote:
Thu Feb 10, 2022 7:33 am
This post might get too long. And this is species only.


I love how they are all in alphabetical order

.... wikipedia :lol:
Actually no, I used a website to get them all to be in alphabetical order.

Let's just forget about this thread alright?

Had to remove that post cuz it got over the character limit...
SYUTEO is ligitimate. Most experienced keeps can name a list this long, And why would he leave out major Brachymyrmex if he used wikipedia............
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AntsAntsAnts
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Re: hardcore challenge

Post: # 97507Post AntsAntsAnts
Wed Nov 30, 2022 3:27 pm

SolenopsisKeeper wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 12:49 pm
SYUTEO wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 6:31 am
OGGKING1 wrote:
Tue Nov 29, 2022 11:50 pm



I love how they are all in alphabetical order

.... wikipedia :lol:
Actually no, I used a website to get them all to be in alphabetical order.

Let's just forget about this thread alright?

Had to remove that post cuz it got over the character limit...
SYUTEO is ligitimate. Most experienced keeps can name a list this long, And why would he leave out major Brachymyrmex if he used wikipedia............
hmm... but how the hell did he list nearly all well-known species while (i think) not getting the spelling wrong
keeping:
all my queens died :(
got a sugar ant colony started :)

SYUTEO
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Re: hardcore challenge

Post: # 97512Post SYUTEO
Wed Nov 30, 2022 9:13 pm

AntsAntsAnts wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 3:27 pm
SolenopsisKeeper wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 12:49 pm
SYUTEO wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 6:31 am


Actually no, I used a website to get them all to be in alphabetical order.

Let's just forget about this thread alright?

Had to remove that post cuz it got over the character limit...
SYUTEO is ligitimate. Most experienced keeps can name a list this long, And why would he leave out major Brachymyrmex if he used wikipedia............
hmm... but how the hell did he list nearly all well-known species while (i think) not getting the spelling wrong
Memorization. Actually I did sort of cheat but I didn't write the species I never heard of. You know what? I'm gonna do it again just to so I can say I'm legit.

SolenopsisKeeper
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Re: hardcore challenge

Post: # 97527Post SolenopsisKeeper
Thu Dec 01, 2022 12:07 pm

AntsAntsAnts wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 3:27 pm
SolenopsisKeeper wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 12:49 pm
SYUTEO wrote:
Wed Nov 30, 2022 6:31 am


Actually no, I used a website to get them all to be in alphabetical order.

Let's just forget about this thread alright?

Had to remove that post cuz it got over the character limit...
SYUTEO is ligitimate. Most experienced keeps can name a list this long, And why would he leave out major Brachymyrmex if he used wikipedia............
hmm... but how the hell did he list nearly all well-known species while (i think) not getting the spelling wrong
A(Atta). Sexdana
A. texana
A. mexicana
A cephalotes
A(Acryomyrex) octospinous (No i have actually tried to find these in the FL keys, i didnt get reminded from the post above)
A. versicolor
A(Apheanogaster). rudis
A. fulva
A. floridana
B. depsilis
B(Brachymyrmex). obscurior
B. patagonsis
C(Camponotus). floridanus
C. planatus
C. sexguttas (sensored so it is a florida Campo that has an explicit word in the spp name)
C. innequalis
C. pennyslvanicus
C. novegrandesis
C. nearctarius
C.zonatus
C. lingaperda
C. herculeanus
C. fedstenkoi
C. turkestaneus
C. atriceps
C. compressus

Just to name a few ABC's of ants lol
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