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Number1Meteorologist wrote:I just noticed a solenopsis invicta colony releasing their queens (North Florida). I would not be surprise if Dorymyrmex bureni released theirs later on today as well.
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Number1Meteorologist wrote:Thanks, antdude. WeatherAnt may actually be the better meteorologist, however I was number 1 in my one class in the wxchallenge national forecast competition.
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Generalant32 wrote:I think Weatherant is still in hibernation. :P
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dspdrew wrote:Haha, how weird, wasn't he just talking about that competition?
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chanman62 wrote:i live in the middle of indiana and want to know of any future naptial flighs or past ones and were to find were colonies could be? like in dead trees sandy areas and what not
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we could duke it out but a third party would have to be involved in
order to facilatate the competition lol. I did not join the wxchallenge
competition this year but I may try for it next year (fall 2013).
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MrILoveTheAnts wrote:If males are taking off then the nuptial flight is happening now, though they may repeat the event on other days where conditions allow.
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dspdrew wrote:MrILoveTheAnts wrote:If males are taking off then the nuptial flight is happening now, though they may repeat the event on other days where conditions allow. Could you elaborate on that a bit? What is the significance of seeing males vs females, or is it the fact that I see both? I saw them out again tonight, a few females, and one or two males. They really just kind of came out wondered around, and went back in the hole. I grabbed a few of the females, but I don't really know if they would have mated or not.
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