SteveUK28 hat geschrieben:dude how many differnt ant spec do you have roaming free in your home???
Well, Steve! As I said before Brazil is a luxurious place when the subject is the enviroment, so the biodiversity develops easily. We have tiny spiders that almost can't be mesured and in another side we have, as well, spiders so big that they feed from birds and small rodents. Than imagine now when the subject is ant, which is a specie that easily adapt in nature!!! Just in my garden I have two species of odontomachus, several sp of camponotus, Formica ant (a beautiful colony), Paratrechina longicornis, Pheidole sp (in my kitchen and in the garden) and several kinds of crematogasters. There are others very small, yellow and red coloured, but I don't know their names, just like the big black one that eats the sweet liquid from aphidies. ;^) Imagine in the parks?????
I was a little concerned about the eggs and larvaes of the paratrechina colony, because I wasn't able to see them in the middle of the ants, but yesterday I saw a lot of larvaes in development. Cool!