Ant Farm Premium PlasterThe unique environment to study in an ant colony. A high quality handmade plaster nest. At front and back tightly surrounded by 2 deluxe acrylic sheets that are securely mounted with 6 screws (see photo).
The farm is perfect for colonies of species like Lasius, Myrmica, Messor, Formica and Camponotus. This plaster litter can be placed horizontally, vertically, in portrait or landscape. There are four connection options for connecting other nests or arenas. We recommend using standard one of the openings to keep the nest slightly damp with included pipette.
The set is expandable by coupling hoses and other lodgings. Because they are handmade nests, the color and the material can vary slightly by product. The photos give a clear picture.
Choice Ants ColonyA Lasius niger colony to grow herein to a thousand ants. A Messor barbarus to several hundred. This ant is a bit bigger and has different formats within the nest (minor / major). select above at the price you can offer a colony of Lasius Messor.
FeedingThe diet of a Lasius niger ant colony consists of a combination of sugar water, honeydew, and fruit flies. A feeding set is above to order. The power supply of Messor includes the seeds need this kind of as food. A set of seeds is sufficient for the first year.
Content Ant Farm- Ants Farm Premium
- Pipette to moisten.
- When purchasing colony also a coupling and hose.
- We provide this Ant Farm including digital (download) Booklet "Ants are heroes."
The printed version of the booklet can be ordered here:
nest SpecificationsLength: 20cm
Depth: 4.5cm (nest part 1.5cm)
Number of connections: 4 (10mm)
Number of rooms: 13
Number of ants: accommodate up to 500 ants for most species
Humidification system through opening
Hunting area arena retreat included: Yes
Duration humidity nest: 2-4 weeks, depending on number of ants and the ambient temperature.
Arena SpecificationsLength: 14cm
Height: 11.5 cm
Ventilation: Yes, through lid
Connectivity: 2 x 10 mm (+ opening litter)
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