ANTZ FOR ALL
Where Ants Come First
October 26, 2016
I didn't know this, but for the last five years the Royal Society of Biology has been running a flying ant survey in the UK. You just have to send a photo to them with you holding a sign giving the date and location of the flight.
More information can be found on their...
October 21, 2016
I found this recording of black ants walking all over a microphone. It's so weird to hear the sound of something so small as ants feet and mandibles on the microphone.
October 20, 2016
Here's an interesting story about an Amazonian frog that excretes special chemicals that imitate the chemical signals created by leaf cutter ants.
This allows the frog to coexist with the ants and use their nests to help with the development of their eggs.
October 19, 2016
I'm launching my new website in this video and announcing a sale on my products.
In this video I give my views on the Antkit test tube connector.
This is a useful device for moving ants from a test tube into a more suitable environment.
This is an interesting story on the demise of a leaf cutter ant colony at London's Natural History museum.
I went there in August this year and the colony had already died out.
October 7, 2016
Here's a video showing my newly received colony of Myrmica Rubra.
October 4, 2016
In this video I'm showing my newly created feeding bowls and liquid feeders.
A new species of long-toothed ant was recently discovered in the belly of a Little Devil poison from in Ecuador.
The new ant species was named Lenomyrmex hoelldobleri after the renowned myrmecologist Bert Holldobler.
October 2, 2016