About Polyrhachis vermiculosa

 

Australian Species- Golden-Tailed Spiny Ant


Temperature: Nest 21- 26°C Outworld 18- 28°C


Humidity: Nest 50- 70% Outworld 40- 70%


Hibernation: Not needed. Naturally slow down themselves but do not stop laying.


Diet: Water (at all times). Carbohydrates like honey water/ sugar water or other. Protein like fresh-killed insects or others. Can take seeds too.


Colony form: Polygyne (can have multiple queens per colony) Average a few hundred workers per single Queen colony.


Founding Queen: Semi-Claustral (with feeding)


Nest type: Acrylic, Y-tong, Natural setup. 
 

Sizes: Queen- 10mm/ Worker- avg 5-7mm


Bite/ Sting/ Formic acid: Can spray formic acid when provoked as a defence mechanism and can bite also.

 

Description: Polyrhachis vermiculosa are known as the Golden-Tailed spiny Ant due to their golden gaster. They're a beautiful species and are rather timid and shy. They show the most activity during the night. More of an arboreal species but will do well in most setups. A rather hairy species of ant. Very easy to keep and contain due to their manageable mature colony size, hardy species.


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Polyrhachis vermiculosa (Golden-Tailed Spiny Ant)

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