Lasius flavus, queen and 5-10 workers
€9,99

Lasius flavus, queen and 5-10 workers

The Lasius flavus, a small, beautiful light yellow ant. Also known as the yellow meadow ant. Comes from the same family as the black garden ant Lasius niger. With the exception of color and size, they are further seen from the same. ...More information
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Ant colony Lasius flavus 5-10

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The Lasius flavus colony is also called the yellow meadow ant, an ant common in our country. Our ant colonies consist of a queen with brood and several workers. This number depends on the number of eggs that developed into ant (egg-larva-pupa-ant). This colony has been at least five workers (up to 10) and the workers are thus handled by the fertilized queen ant itself.

Suitable for

The ant colony is intended for the ant farms of acrylic, gypsum and sand. We also recommend the use of an arena. The ants there can get their nourishment and bringing waste. Many products have integrated an arena. For the first time the tube has enough room for the colony. On several Ant Farms You can find these ant colony in a back combination offer price.
Find your ants to a gel ant farm, we recommend the ant family.

Packing and Shipping

In the picture you can see how the product actually supplied by us. The colony is in a test tube with a cotton behind what the water supply in order to keep the tube nest partially damp. The colony can be up to a few weeks without treatment in this tube (after receipt). As long as we give warranty for the life of the queen. Does the queen not alive or it dies within a few weeks, we will provide a replacement colony.

Specifications and information

Scientific name Lasius flavus
Dutch name Yellow meadow ant
Difficulty Class 1. beginner
Queen | Gyne: 7-8 mm
workers: 2-5 mm
Type colony: Monogyn, one queen per nest
Type of litter: Sand Nests, relatively shallow, often under stones
Temperature: Room temperature, 15-30 degrees
hibernation: No, but hibernation. Our advice: slightly cooler
take around 10-15 degrees. For example, in the basement,
cooler attic or barn. November-February
Our experience: even in winter on kamertemeratuur
keep this ant colonies develop well.
Power supply: Sugar or honey water and small insects:
Our advice for smaller colonies: fruit flies.
humidity: Simple. Opinion: Part nest holding something moist
distribution: (Western Europe
Opinion Ant Farm: Acrylic, gypsum or sand, including use Arena Area
Comments: Lasius flavus is one of the most common
ant species in the Netherlands. You can find them everywhere in gardens,
forests and nature reserves. The ant is characterized by
the beautiful light yellow color. In most of the
Ant Farm they grow into colonies
hundreds or a few thousand ants. And if you want
it bigger, then of course you can always stay extra
Connect.

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