Formica aquilonia

From Ant Keeping Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Formica aquilonia, also called the Scottish wood ant, is a species of wood ant of the genus Formica which are widely distributed in Europe and Asia, occurring from Scandinavia in the north to Bulgaria and Italy in the south, and from the UK eastwards through France and Germany to Russia, while they are also found in the coastal areas of the Sea of Okhotsk in eastern Siberia. They live mainly in coniferous forests but they do also occur in some deciduous woodlands.

 


Queen[edit]

Queen Ant
  • Nuptial Flight Time : Use: ant-mating-chart
  • Colony Founding :
  • *gynous Polygynous
  • Brood Boostable:
  • Hibernation :
  • Feeding Requirements :
  • Nanitics Appear After :

 

Food[edit]

Likes[edit]

?

Dislikes[edit]

?

 

Colony[edit]

  • Difficulty :
  • Typical Colony Size :
  • Polymorphic :
  • Ant Length :
  • Temperament :
  • Suggested Feeding Schedule :
  • Hazards :
  • Colony Growth Rate :
  • Egg To Worker :
  • Circadian Activity :
  • Recommended Temperature :
  • Recommended Humidity :
  • Heating Pad Required :
  • Can Climb Smooth Surfaces :
  • When To Expand :
  • When Do Soldiers and Reproductives Appear :
  • Invasive/Pest :
  • Farmers :
  • Native Location : antmaps.org
  • Natural Habitat :
  • Preferred Nesting Medium :
  • Scientific Information: antwiki.org

Notes[edit]

  • ?

Images[edit]