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Camponotus habereri

Added on: 12/2/2008
Article number: caha0001
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Unique colored Camponotus species from East Asia.Even first workers do have the unique colored stripes of the Queen.

  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Formicinae, Tribe Camponotini
  • Distribution: East Asia
  • Color: red with black-yellow striped abdomen
  • Size: Workers: 0.8 - 1.3 cm, Queen: 1.6 cm
  • Nutrition: Honey- or sugar water and insects
  • Hibernation: No
  • Climate: subtropical (moist), Flatland
  • Nest building: Wood nests
  • Planting: nothing specific
  • Level: easy
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Colony - Currently not available
With about 5-10 workers
Large colony - Currently not available
With approx. 500-1000 workers

Camponotus sp.

Added on: 11/2/2006
Article number: casp0008
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This is a fast growing Camponotus species from Maledives which builds strong major workers in larger colonies.

  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Formicinae, Tribe Camponotini
  • Distribution: Maldives
  • Color: black
  • Nutrition: Honey- or sugar water and insects
  • Hibernation: No (see climate)
  • Climate: tropical
  • Humidity: Rain forest
  • Nest building: This species nests in loamy ground
  • Planting: nothing specific
  • Level: easy
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Colony - Currently not available
Above 100 ants

Camponotus sp.

Added on: 11/2/2006
Article number: casp0007
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  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Formicinae, Tribe Camponotini
  • Distribution: South Asia
  • Color: red with black abdomen
  • Size: Queen about 11 - 13 mm
  • Nutrition: Honey- or sugar water and insects
  • Hibernation: No (see climate)
  • Climate: tropical
  • Nest building: Soil nests, half shaded places between grass and bushes
  • Planting: nothing specific
  • Level: easy
  • Specifics: Builds "half" calderas (one sided)
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Colony - Currently not available
With 5-10 workers
Large Colony - Currently not available
With 50-80 workers

Camponotus sp. "Southern Asia"

Added on: 5/23/2008
Article number: casp0010
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  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Formicinae, Tribe Camponotini
  • Distribution: South Asia
  • Color: yellow-brown
  • Size: Workers about 7 - 8 mm
  • Nutrition: Honey- or sugar water and insects
  • Hibernation: No
  • Climate: tropical (moist)
  • Nest building: Soil nests
  • Planting: nothing specific
  • Level: easy
  • Specifics: Builds "half" calderas (one sided)
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Colony - Currently not available
With first workers

Camponotus sericeus

Added on: 11/2/2006
Article number: case0001
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This is a diurnal, conspicuous golden colored Camponotus species. It will be commonly called as Golden ant due to their golden pubescence on the gaster. Likes very sunny places, will forage alone or in small groups, will direct workers in tandem movement to food source or new nest.

  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Formicinae, Tribe Camponotini
  • Distribution: South Asia
  • Color: black with golden abdomen
  • Characteristics: haired abdomen, monogyne
  • Size: Queen about 11 - 13 mm
  • Nutrition: Honey- or sugar water and insects
  • Hibernation: No (see climate)
  • Climate: Tropical
  • Nest building: Soil nests
  • Planting: nothing specific
  • Level: easy
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Small colony - Currently not available
With 10 - 20 workers

Camponotus cf. nicobarensis

Added on: 5/15/2009
Article number: cacf0001
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A multicolored Camponotus species from South-East Asia.

  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Formicinae, Tribe Camponotini
  • Distribution: South-East Asia
  • Color: multicolored (brown, red, yellow)
  • Size: 6 - 12 mm
  • Characteristics: polymorph
  • Nutrition: Honey- or sugar water and insects
  • Hibernation: No
  • Climate: tropical (lowland)
  • Nest building: Soilnests
  • Planting: nothing specific
  • Level: easy
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Colony - Currently not available
With 20-30 workers
Colony - Currently not available
- with 80-100 workers

Camponotus cf. irritans

Added on: 10/9/2015
Article number: cacf0002
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  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Formicinae, Tribe Camponotini
  • Characteristics: polymorph, nocturnal
  • Color: red brown, amber (contrasting color)
  • Size: 7 up to 12mm
  • Distribution: South-East Asia
  • Nutrition: Honey- or sugar water, crickets, flies
  • Hibernation: No
  • Temperature: 24 - 28 °C (tropical)
  • Humidity: Rain forest
  • Nest building: dead wood only

This beautiful colored species is really easy to keep.

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Small Colony - 129.00 €
With 50-80 workers

Camponotus sp.

Added on: 10/9/2015
Article number: casp0025
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A small southeast asian Camponotus species that nests in dry and dead wood similar to the European Camponotus truncatus. A moist climate is also no problem, however it is important to ensure that the nesting wood can dry out.

Because this is a peaceful species it can be kept together with other species in one basin.

  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Formicinae, Tribe Camponotini
  • Color: black
  • Size: 3-7mm
  • Distribution: South-East Asia
  • Nutrition: Honey- or sugar water, crickets, flies
  • Hibernation: No
  • Temperature: 24 - 28 °C (tropical)
  • Humidity: Rain forest
  • Nest building: dead wood (dry)
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Small colony - Currently not available
With 10-20 workers

Camponotus gigas

Added on: 11/2/2006
Article number: cagi0001
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The largest ant of the world.

  • Distribution: South-East Asia
  • Nest building: wood nests (death wood)

Caution:

This ant is very sensitive, for this reason, no shipping will be offered. The colony offered here has been taken from a queen.

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Colony - Currently not available
Queen with 10 workers
Shipping restrictions: No shipping is possible, self collecting is required

Camponotus festinus

Added on: 12/30/2010
Article number: cafe0001
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  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Formicinae, Tribe Camponotini
  • Characteristics: polymorph
  • Color: light til darkbrown
  • Size: up to 12mm
  • Distribution: South-East Asia (Malaysia)
  • Nutrition: Honey- or sugar water, crickets, flies
  • Hibernation: No
  • Temperature: 24 - 28 °C (tropical)
  • Humidity: Rain forest
  • Nest building: moist dead wood especially bamboo

Note: Shipping outside Germany in winter (November-March) only on own risk.

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Colony - Currently not available
With 200 - 250 workers

Camponotus cf. singularis

Added on: 11/2/2006
Article number: casp0006
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  • Distribution: Southeast Asia
  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Formicinae, Tribe Camponotini
  • Hibernation: No
  • Color: black with red-brown head
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Colony - Currently not available

Camponotus sp. 6

Added on: 2/20/2010
Article number: casp0014
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A small Southeast Asian Camponotus species which nests in dry tree branches like our native Camponotus truncatus. Their major workers also closes the nests entries with their plug alike heads and they are even different colored as the normal workers. The Queen attracts attention with her silvery striped gaster. Some keeping notes: nest area shouldn't be kept too moist.

  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Formicinae, Tribe Camponotini
  • Distribution: Southeast Asia
  • Color: Major worker: black with red head, Queen: black with silvery striped gaster
  • Nutrition: Honey- or sugar water and insects and other small animals
  • Hibernation: No
  • Climate: tropical (moist)
  • Nest building: dry tree branches
  • Level: easy
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Colony - Currently not available
With 20-30 workers

Camponotus sp.

Added on: 5/5/2008
Article number: casp0009
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  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Formicinae, Tribe Camponotini
  • Distribution: Southern Asia
  • Color: black
  • Nutrition: Honey- or sugar water and insects
  • Hibernation: No
  • Climate: Tropical
  • Planting: nothing specific
  • Level: easy
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Colony - Currently not available
Contains 40-50 workers
Small colony - Currently not available
With first workers

Camponotus sp. "Thailand"

Added on: 1/27/2009
Article number: casp0012
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Easy to keep Camponotus species from Thailand.

  • Taxonomy: Subfamily Formicinae, Tribe Camponotini
  • Origin: Thailand
  • Color: red-brown head, dark thorax and reddish-brown abdomen (Color may vary depending on the size of the worker)
  • Size: Workers: 0.8 - 1.3 cm, Queen: 1.6 cm
  • Nutrition: Honey- or sugar water and insects
  • Hibernation: No
  • Climate: tropical (moist)
  • Nest building: Wood nests
  • Planting: nothing specific
  • Level: easy

Note: Only available once because bought from private ants keeper.

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Colony - Currently not available
With about 100 - 200 workers

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