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Michael of vancouver wrote:The first picture is awesome! Did you crop it on your computer, or did you just zoom in a lot? Anyways, good luck with your queen!
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asiletto wrote:Michael of vancouver wrote:The first picture is awesome! Did you crop it on your computer, or did you just zoom in a lot? Anyways, good luck with your queen! Thank you .I take a picture with an entry level Nikon reflex and the standard 18-55mm as near as I can (10 cm), then crop the image. I wish I could buy a decent macro lens, but they are quite expensive..
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03/02/2014 4:17 PM
jeffgoogz wrote:I don't believe any species could crew through ytong unless it had previous structural damage. I would safely say they're just removing the plaster, which is cool.
I love this species, they looks powerful for their size and their growth rate is fast! Thanks for the updates!
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jeffgoogz wrote:I don't believe any species could crew through ytong unless it had previous structural damage...
03/17/2014 1:02 AM
03/17/2014 9:42 AM
asiletto wrote:Many species tunnel easy through ytong. Messor sp as shown by bbulkows, Solenopsis geminata, Tetramorium sp., Crematogaster scutellaris are some species that for sure can chew through ytong. Some species like Monomorium destructor can chew through solid concrete.
I don't know if this species can dig ytong, but I would not be surprised, it looks they have powerful jaws.
After the first initial and slow period, the growth rate becomes really fast, the queen is slightly bigger than a worker but is an egg laying machine!. At the minute 2:45 you can see how many eggs have been laid .
03/17/2014 11:38 AM
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