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Acromyrmex cf. coronatus

Ajouté au: 30/11/2008
No. article: acsp0003
Mots-clés:
Exempte +

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

Ajouté au: 02/11/2006
No. article: acsp0001
Mots-clés:
Exempte +

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.

 

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  • 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

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Gyne avec fungus et oeufs
Colonie - Pas disponible en ce moment
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Acromyrmex sp.

Ajouté au: 13/01/2014
No. article: acsp0004
Mots-clés:
Exempte +

Une espèce de couleur particulièrement intéressant Acromyrmex d'Amérique centrale.

     Distribution: Amérique centrale
     Taxonomie: Famille Myrmicinae, tribu Attini
     Caractéristiques: solide éducation
     Apparence: Les travailleurs sont à l'arrière avec des épines
     Couleur: brun clair
     La construction du nid: Habituellement nids du sol avec des chambres de champignon
     Nutrition: les champignons qui les fourmis cultivent de ronce, framboisier, chênes-ou de pétales de rose race, mais grignoter et aussi comme une pomme
     Cette sp Acromyrmex. mouron des oiseaux préféré, le trèfle et de pétales de rose pour le champignon.
     Température: 23-26 ° C
     Sol: mais l'argile, l'humus, le sable peut également être conservé sans substrat
     Plantation: aucun
     Difficulté: moyenne

  

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Colonie - Pas disponible en ce moment
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Acromyrmex sp. "Paraguay"

Ajouté au: 31/10/2008
No. article: acsp0002
Mots-clés:
Exempte +
  • 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

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Atta cephalotes

Ajouté au: 07/10/2008
No. article: atce0001
Mots-clés:

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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Petite colonie
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Atta mexicana

Ajouté au: 17/10/2009
No. article: atme0001
Mots-clés:
Exempte +

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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Fungus size of a tennisball at least 50 workers

Atta sexdens

Ajouté au: 02/11/2006
No. article: atse0001
Mots-clés:
Exempte +

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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Petite colonie - Pas disponible en ce moment
Grande colonie - 889,00 €
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Atta sp. "Amérique du Sud"

Ajouté au: 19/11/2009
No. article: atse0002
Mots-clés:
Exempte +

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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