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Glad the recovery went well. I cannot stress enough how important it is to have a pesticide free plant. Good thing you took action quickly.

They look to be doing very well and the brood in all stages is a very good sign of productivity. Expected no less from the Queen.
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Leafcutter wrote:Glad the recovery went well. I cannot stress enough how important it is to have a pesticide free plant. Good thing you took action quickly.

They look to be doing very well and the brood in all stages is a very good sign of productivity. Expected no less from the Queen.

I learned a very valuable lesson the hard way.

Although I haven't managed to take any pictures, the queen is still alive and looks healthy.

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So I thought I'd have a little experiment by putting some artificial vine in the enclosure, to my suprise they've made a nest using real and artificial leaves.

I also managed to get a short video of the queen.









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