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Acromyrmex cf. coronatus

Aggiunto il: 30/11/2008
Numero articolo: acsp0003
Parole chiave:
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A very interesting Acromyrmex species from Central-American highlands.

  • Distribution: Central-America
  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Myrmicinae, Tribe Attini
  • Characteristics: very intensive caste
  • Appearance: Workers are at the back with thorns
  • Color: light brown until dark brown, Queen multi colored (see photo)
  • Nest building: Usually soil nests with fungus chamber
  • Nutrition: fungi which the ants cultivate of bramble-, raspberry-, oaks- or roseleaves
  • Temperature: 15 - 25°C
  • Soil conditions: loam, humus soil but can also be kept without any substrate
  • Planting: None
  • Difficulty: medium
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Acromyrmex cf. crassispinus

Aggiunto il: 02/11/2006
Numero articolo: acsp0001
Parole chiave:
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A very robust Acromyrmex species wich don't need much space. This species is smaller than Acromyrmex octospinosus and colored chocolate brown. Larger colonies can be kept in multiple basins which are connected together with pipes. They cut various kind of leaves e.g. bramble-, raspberry-, oaks-,roseleaves, privet etc. They cultivate a fungus garden which they do dung, trim and "medicate" with a hormone they produce in special adenoids. They will pulpify the leaves and apply it on the fungus. Old pieces of fungus will be removed and thrown to special midden. They will almost only subsist on special "bulbs" that they can harvest from fungus. This offered Acromyrmex are young colonies, no queens from existing colonies.

 

Note: We guarantee that all queens in these young colonies are mated.

  • Distribution: South-America
  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Myrmicinae, Tribe Attini
  • Characteristics: very intensive caste
  • Size: Queen 10 - 12 mm, Workers may ranges from 5 to 15 mm
  • Appearance: Workers are at the back with thorns
  • Color: black-brown
  • Nest building: Usually soil nests with fungus chamber
  • Nutrition: fungi which the ants cultivate of bramble-, raspberry-, oaks- or roseleaves
  • Temperature: 20 - 25°C
  • Soil conditions: loam, humus soil but can also be kept without any substrate
  • Planting: None
  • Level: advancer

Attention: Shipping to abroad is only possible on customers risk i.e. no replacement possible on dead arrival.

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Regina - Al momento non disponibile
Contiene una regina con il fungo ed almeno le uova
Colonia - Al momento non disponibile
Contiene fungo ed 30-50 operaie

Acromyrmex sp.

Aggiunto il: 13/01/2014
Numero articolo: acsp0004
Parole chiave:
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Particolarmente interessanti colorata specie Acromyrmex dal Centro America.

     Distribuzione: America Centrale
     Tassonomia: Famiglia Myrmicinae, Tribe Attini
     Caratteristiche: solida istruzione
     Aspetto: I lavoratori sono sul retro con le spine
     Colore: marrone chiaro
     La costruzione del nido: Pronto nidi suolo con camere fungo
     Nutrizione: funghi che le formiche coltivano di rovo-, lampone, querce-o petali di rosa razza, ma sgranocchiare e anche come una mela
     Questo sp Acromyrmex. chickweed preferiti, chiodo di garofano e petali di rosa per il fungo rosa.
     Temperatura: 23-26 ° C
     Suolo: ma argilla, humus, sabbia può anche essere tenuto senza alcun substrato
     Piantare: no
     Difficoltà: medio

   

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Colonia - Al momento non disponibile
Con diverse centinaia di lavoratori

Acromyrmex sp. "Paraguay"

Aggiunto il: 31/10/2008
Numero articolo: acsp0002
Parole chiave:
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  • Distribution: South-America
  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Myrmicinae, Tribe Attini
  • Characteristics: very intensive caste
  • Appearance: Workers are at the back with thorns
  • Color: brown
  • Size: 4-8 mm
  • Nest building: Usually soil nests with fungus chamber
  • Nutrition: fungi which the ants cultivate of bramble-, raspberry-, oaks- or roseleaves
  • Temperature: 20 - 26°C
  • Soil conditions: loam, humus soil but can also be kept without any substrate
  • Planting: None
  • Difficulty: advancer

Attention: Shipping to abroad is only possible on customers risk i.e. no replacement possible on dead arrival.

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Colonia piccola - Al momento non disponibile

Atta cephalotes

Aggiunto il: 07/10/2008
Numero articolo: atce0001
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Fungus cultivating ants species, cutting leafs which process to pulp is the basis of their fungus cultivation.

  • Distribution: South- and Central America
  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Myrmicinae, Tribe Attini
  • Characteristics: very intensive caste
  • Appearence of the queen: about 30 mm, very dark brown stout queen
  • Appearance of the workers: brown, at the back with thorns
  • Appearance of the soldiers: to 18 mm, well-fortified animals
  • Nutrition: fungi which the ants cultivate of bramble-, raspberry-, oaks- or roseleafs
  • Temperature: 24 °C
  • Air humidity: dump-tropical rainforest
  • Soil conditions: loam, humus soil,
  • Level: advancer
  • Risks: because of the high air humiditiy there is a higher risk of mildews and mites
  • Specifics: fungus cultivating ant-specie, cutting leafs which process to pulp is the basis of their fungus cultivation.
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Atta cephalotes - Al momento non disponibile
Colonia piccola
Colonia grande - Al momento non disponibile
Con circa 5000 - 10000 operaie, et 5 litro Fungo

Atta mexicana

Aggiunto il: 17/10/2009
Numero articolo: atme0001
Parole chiave:
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Fungus cultivating ants species, cutting leafs which process to pulp is the basis of their fungus cultivation. This species can be found in arid areas in Mexico,

  • Distribution: Mexico
  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Myrmicinae, Tribe Attini
  • Characteristics: very intensive caste
  • Appearence of the queen: about 30 mm, dark brown queen
  • Appearance of the workers: darkbrown, at the back with thorns
  • Appearance of the soldiers:  up to18 mm, well-fortified animals
  • Nutrition: fungi which the ants cultivate of bramble-, raspberry-, oaks- or roseleafs
  • Temperature: 24 - 28°C
  • Soil conditions: loam, humus soil,
  • Level: advancer
  • Risks: Because of the high air humiditiy there is a higher risk of mildews and mites
  • Specifics: fungus cultivating ant-specie, cutting leafs which process to pulp is the basis of their fungus cultivation.

Attention: Shipping to abroad is only possible on customers risk i.e. no replacement possible on dead arrival. Only few colonies are available from one's own breeding.

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Colonia piccola - Al momento non disponibile
Fungo delle dimensioni di una palla da tennis e 50 operaie

Atta sexdens

Aggiunto il: 02/11/2006
Numero articolo: atse0001
Parole chiave:
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Fungus cultivating ants species, cutting leafs which process to pulp is the basis of their fungus cultivation.

  • Distribution: South-America
  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Myrmicinae, Tribe Attini
  • Characteristics: very intensive caste
  • Appearence of the queen: about 30 mm, very dark brown stout queen
  • Appearance of the workers: brown, at the back with thorns
  • Appearance of the soldiers: to 18 mm, well-fortified animals
  • Nutrition: fungi which the ants cultivate of bramble-, raspberry-, oaks- or roseleafs
  • Temperature: 24°C
  • Air humidity: dump-tropical rainforest
  • Soil conditions: loam, humus soil,
  • Level: advancer
  • Risks: Because of the high air humiditiy there is a higher risk of mildews and mites
  • Specifics: fungus cultivating ant-specie, cutting leafs which process to pulp is the basis of their fungus cultivation.
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Colonia piccola - invece di 249,00 € ora solo 200,00 €
Colonia grande - 889,00 €
Large colony with approx. 10 litres fungus and several thousand workers.No shipping, pickup only!
Restrizioni sulla spedizione: richiesto

Atta sp. "America meridionale"

Aggiunto il: 19/11/2009
Numero articolo: atse0002
Parole chiave:
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Fungus cultivating ants species, cutting leafs which process to pulp is the basis of their fungus cultivation. This species is a notably large Atta.

  • Distribution: South-America
  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Myrmicinae, Tribe Attini
  • Characteristics: very intensive caste
  • Appearence of the queen: about 30 mm, very dark brown stout queen
  • Appearance of the workers: brown, at the back with thorns
  • Appearance of the soldiers: to 18 mm, well-fortified animals
  • Nutrition: fungi which the ants cultivate of bramble-, raspberry-, oaks- or roseleafs
  • Temperature: 24°C
  • Air humidity: dump-tropical rainforest
  • Soil conditions: loam, humus soil,
  • Level: advancer
  • Risks: Because of the high air humiditiy there is a higher risk of mildews and mites
  • Specifics: fungus cultivating ant-specie, cutting leafs which process to pulp is the basis of their fungus cultivation..

Attention: Shipping to abroad is only possible on customers risk i.e. no replacement possible on dead arrival.
Attention: Breeding from a Queen is very difficult even with fungus and mated Queen. Only for advanced keepers!

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Regina - Al momento non disponibile
Regina con fungo

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