Drosera gigantea prefers humid, damp conditions and will do well in greenhouses where they have room to stretch towards that peak heigh. An Camponotus species that is easy to keep and that breeds very fast and easy. This offered Acromyrmex are young colonies, no queens from existing colonies. Not only is it tall, but it branches, sending out lateral stalks that make it look like a carnivorous tree. It is a nice counterpart to the famous Diacamma sp. Important: Please provide only brood of Formica fusca in future. I'm not sure why this sundew isn't more common in collections; it's literally named for its spectacular ability to proliferate. or Best Offer. A dark brown colored messor species from Greece. with ca. For more recent exchange rates, please use the. Note: This colony originates from an non-german ants breeder (certified) and is not taken from nature. wasmanni is a Myrmicinae with minor- till major-worker with all passings. High humidity is vital for this ant. Camponotus micans is a south European and african ants species with preference for sunny and dry places. In contrary to other Messor species this species is polygyn i.e. It's very demonstrative because of it's red color. Raptiformica or Polyergus. Neat. Fungus cultivating ants species, cutting leafs which process to pulp is the basis of their fungus cultivation. This species almost can not climb glasses. This species also prefers warm temperatures and inhabits dry habitats. Myrmica sabuleti is a red-brown ant species which is distributed throughout Europe. They storing the seed in different granaries and prepare in "chew-communities" the so-called ant bread especially for the colder season. Kalytta eCommerce, Version 126.96.36.199 , © 2006 - 2020 Benjamin Kalytta, Contains a queen with fungus and at least eggs, With approx. It is also a preferred species for a conjoint with other ants because it is not dominant and avoids any conflicts with other ants. With 10 - 30 workers. ONLY 1 colony or queen is sent and ONLY one species per order or anthill, so choose which one you want. Raptiformica sanguinea could as well live without slaves contrary to the "Slave-robbers" Polyergus rufescens (protected specie). Our 69th Genus of the week is Dinoponera. Ants Free. After infiltration the host Queen will be neutralised either by killing or expelling. They dependent on feed by their helping ants and they don't participate in any nest building activities. As there are more and more Lasius umbratus workers, the remaining host workers gets killed. 172 sold. The plant is simple to care for, and if you give it lots of love, it will produce flowers between August and November. This species is suitable for keeping in mediteranean community basin. In the long run Megalomyrmex is spec. More recently, in 1992, Allen Lowrie and N. G. Marchant described a subspecies named D. gigantea subsp. A Pheidole species with soldier caste that is normaly monogyn. Cape Sundews hail from South Africa, and are some of the heartiest Drosera around. Even the darn pygmy plants want to kill you in Australia... Sundews are truly international plants. geniculata growing south of Perth in black sandy soils. Copyright © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. All Rights Reserved.