Prenolepis nitens (false honeypot-ant, winter ant)

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
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They also called “winter ants” because they like colder temperature. These ants appear firsts at the early-spring. If the summer too hot for them they became passive and fall asleep like during the winter hibernation. They have two casts: have simple workers and some workers develop to honeypots.

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Description

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Keeping level

medium, hard

Continent

European species

Colonyform

Polygyne

Colony size

thousands

Worker castes

2 castes

Worker size
Feeding

honey + insects

Humidity

middle, high

1 review for Prenolepis nitens (false honeypot-ant, winter ant)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ruck (verified owner)

    Really cute ants . Just al little bit shy !;-)

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