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Doc. and Soldier Ant
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Sparky wrote:A friend of mine collected over a dozen Atta (leaf cutter ant) queens in Texas but only one queen had a successful colony that was donated to a lab after it got too big. A cousin of mine saw a large flight of Atta's at his college and thought they were hornets or wasps. He caught a couple of them and I drove about 2 hours to pick them up. They were the largest ants I ever seen! Sadly none of them survived, I even called up a museum to donate some of the fungus to me which took a while for me to convince them. The fungus rotted quickly or was eaten up by the queen. They all laid a good number of eggs and had a decent amount of larvae but none survived. If I could try again I would.
03/25/2014 5:41 AM
Doctorant wrote:There really is no single most primitive ant. Many have primitive features, many have few, but the only truly primitive ants are the first ones that ever existed, long ago.
03/26/2014 10:02 AM
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