June 5th tetramorium caught in school and placed in oragami box to bring home. Transferred into small test tube setup.
June 8th - queen observed removing wings and eggs laid.
June 20th - queen ant caught inside my house! Found at the top of the stairs crawling toward them at about 6 pm (How did u get here with no wings!?!?!?)
Queen placed in test tube setup.
9pm queen observed laying eggs. Nine of them!
Known recorded log dates.
August 17th - Tetramorium nintics (or first workers) observed. They seem to be in the stage of hardening their shells thus the translucent or whitish color to them ATM.
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Lasius flavus - boring
Camponotus Pennsylvanicus - New Worker!!
Tetramorium*2 - both new workers!!
A suitable colony spot!