Aphaenogaster Longiceps Queen – Funnel Ant

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Rarity: ★★☆☆☆
Activity: ★★★☆☆
Growth Speed: ★★★★☆
Award: Most passive and calmest ant

Care Level: Easy
Founding Type: Claustral
Setup: At the founding stage, a test tube setup or founding chamber with a water source is sufficient. Once the number of workers exceeds ~20, they should be moved into a small nest.
Diet: Queens do not require feeding until workers arrive. When workers arrive, feed sugars and protein regularly.
Queen size: 12-14mm
Worker size: 3-5mm

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Care Level: Easy
Founding Type: Claustral
Setup: At the founding stage, a test tube setup or founding chamber with a water source is sufficient. Once the number of workers exceeds ~20, they should be moved into a small nest.
Diet: Queens do not require feeding until workers arrive. When workers arrive, feed sugars and protein regularly.
Queen size: 12-14mm
Worker size: 3-5mm

Funnel Ants are a species of ants that are characterised by their large funnel-shaped nest entrances, which give them their common name. The workers are easily recognisable by their long legs, although they are not particularly fast-moving. The queens of this species are also known for being relaxed and easy to care for, making them a great option for anyone looking to raise a colony.

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Queen with Brood, Queen with 1-10 Workers, Queen with 11-20 Workers, Queen with 21+ Workers

4 reviews for Aphaenogaster Longiceps Queen – Funnel Ant

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Sinead K.

Arrived in great condition with a surprising amount of workers all ready to go!

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  1. Arrived in great condition with a surprising amount of workers all ready to go!

    Image #1 from Sinead K.
  2. They are easy to care for

  3. Arrived quickly, well packaged and in healthy condition, queen had good amount of brood with her as well. Highly recommended

  4. came with healthy brood, queen is doing very well

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