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Mushypeas
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Books on Ants

Post: # 65046Post Mushypeas
Thu Oct 24, 2019 1:22 pm

Hi everyone I always research first before acquiring pets..,and it’s never let me down...but are all the best books in German please can anyone recommend a books or books
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Andy

JustABitAntsy
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Re: Books on Ants

Post: # 65047Post JustABitAntsy
Thu Oct 24, 2019 2:35 pm

Mushypeas wrote:
Thu Oct 24, 2019 1:22 pm
Hi everyone I always research first before acquiring pets..,and it’s never let me down...but are all the best books in German please can anyone recommend a books or books
Cheers
Andy
I don't know for sure,but I think the ant keeping e book ac sells comes in multiple languages
New antkeeper in Virginia currently doesn’t have a colony plan to start next Spring :lol:

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Antsanyone
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Re: Books on Ants

Post: # 66830Post Antsanyone
Sat Jan 25, 2020 2:14 pm

I highly suggest Bugged: The Insects Who Rule the World and the People Obsessed With Them by David MacNeal. It's not entirely on ants, but it has a nice chapter about them, and the rest of the book is fascinating as well.
Wannabe entomologist
Current colonies:
Campnotus sp.
Dream ants:
Carebara castanea, Cephalotes, Atta texana
Calyptomyrmex, Discothyrea mixta, Melissotarsus spp.
Proatta, Rhytidoponera aspersa, Gigantiops ... actually, most ants.

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