A care sheet for the species Pheidole pallidula written by bincksants
Overview Camponotus is one of the most widespread genera of ants in the entire world, they span every continent (except Antarctica) and have taken up a variety of different shapes and sizes. Most ant keepers must have come in contact with this these large and complex ants at some point. The genus Camponotus has overContinue reading “How To Raise Camponotus – A Complete Guide”
As with many of us within the hobby, it all started with test tubes. Ordering about twenty and equipped with the knowledge I had gained from watching hours of Ants Canada videos I was waiting in anticipation for the famous nuptial flights, only a few months away. The time came when the garden was carpetedContinue reading “How Ant Essentials Began”
Formica is a genus of ants in the family Formicidae, commonly known as wood ants, mound ants, thatching ants, and field ants. They are one of the easiest ants to keep and make a very suitable beginner species…
This is a caresheet for Crematogaster ashmeadi (The Acrobat Ant). I put it together for other hobbyists that wish to keep this species as well. Information in this caresheet was provided by my personal experience with this species.
This is a caresheet regarding the species Brachymyrmex patagonicus (Dark Rover Ants) that I put together using personal notes and information gathered from the University of Florida Entomology Department and the Mississippi Entomological Museum.
I have put together a care sheet regarding the ant species known as Dorymyrmex bureni (aka) The Pyramid Ant or Cone Ant. I found this species fascinating and admire the beautiful orange coloration of the workers. This care sheet contains information from personal experience and notes, as well as research from the University of Florida Entomology Dept.
Posted by Canada Ant Colony here you can find a feeding guide for the species of ant you may keep.
Canada Ant Colony has written a post around hibernation of your ants including a guide sheet for hibernation length and other relevant points.
Here you can find a full documentation of a Pogonomyrmex Occidentalis colony from a queen to hundreds of workers. Written and documented by Insect Supplies Canada.