Polyrhachis dives

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Polyrhachis Dives Breeding Sheet

 

Polyrhachis dives is a polygyne species that practices intra-nidal reproduction. They develop extremely quickly and are very active. They have the peculiarity of weaving nests with their larvae, generally composed of debris found in the surroundings, but in the absence of these, they can weave without them. I still recommend giving them some wood shavings because, in general, without substrate, waste is used.

 

General Information:
Breeding Level: Easy
Geographical Distribution: Tropical Asia
Origin: Thailand (North)
-Queen Size: 9mm
-Worker Size: 5-7mm
-Polygyne: Yes
-Mature Colony Size: 30,000 workers

 

Maintenance Information:
Humidity: 60-80%
Temperature: 20-28°C (optimal 26°C)
Diapause: No, a temperature drop to around 20°C during the winter period can be considered if you observe a reduction in egg-laying (queen fatigue).
Ant Farms: Test tube, terrarium
Food: sugary liquids and insects

 

The colonies and queens of Polyrhachis dives that we sell are all guaranteed 100% arrival alive, with a healthy brood and a clean test tube.

 

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Number of queens

1 injured queen (leg), 1 queen, 1 queen extra red, 2 queens, 3 queens, 4 queens, 5 queens, 6 queens, 7 queens, 8 queens, 9 queens, 10 queens, 20 queens

Number of workers

0 workers, 1-3 workers, 3-6 workers, 4-8 workers, 5-10 workers, 6-12 workers, 10-20 workers, 15-30 workers, 25-50 workers, 30-60 workers, 40-80 workers, 50-100 workers, 100-200 workers, 100-150 workers, 150-200 workers, 250-500 workers

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