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Gh0st SK wrote:Ok so first fo all you should mix anqueens if you dont know their species. 2. U should put the queens you catch into a testube setup not a formicarium. 3. I wouldnt recommend putting random workers in with queens.Those queens are from the same colony so I just grab them together and I didn't have a test tube so I put in the formicarium with the hope they will adapt. I can't tell at all but looks like some of the queens lay some eggs so I am hoping for the best. I tried to feed them but not sure what they like and I am getting worry for they survival.
What is the size of the queens? What color do they have? Are they shiny or are they covered with small hair? Where did you caught them?
They look like pheidole to me but i dont think i am qualified enough to guess a species from a photo :D
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