Tarheel Ants New Atom C
We've long been fans of Tarheel Ants products. The explicit attention to detail is second to none. This is based on first hand knowledge, we own over 9 Inception Chambers and countless accessories.
Their latest release is an upgrade of the great little founding formicarium, the Atom.
This new iteration is slightly larger than its predecessors at 3" in diameter. This has allowed the team at Tarheel Ants to place a water tower inside that is easily filled via a tube port on the side. The internal design has included larger lips on the top to provide your queens more privacy whilst keeping them 100% visible. Some ants species will also be able to utilise this if they require hanging space.
These founding chambers are so versatile that once your queen has began to procure her first nanitics you can simply pop it into a outworld from Tarheel Ants and you've got yourself an Inception Chamber.
Pick one up from their website starting from US$18.
An internally lit formicarium from Mark Newton.
An amazing sand/soil founding formicarium from the owner of Formiculture.com.
Spider Ants have proven to be incredible hard to obtain. Recently we had the unique opportunity to acquire a colony and shoot this short video inside the nest.
Along with our photography of ants in the wild, in the studio and in high magnification, we've been experimenting with a new method that puts ants into 360 degrees.
Ants Australia seem to have bigger aspirations than just a successful YouTube channel and are now producing and selling formicariums and other ant keeping essentials.
In their latest Ant Desk video they show us how useful fruit flies can be as a primary source of protein for your ants.
Good news Australia! We're now stocking Tar Heel Ants Formicariums in our store.
Every year ant keepers across the world go out and collect queens for their personal colonies and also sell or trade with other ant keepers in the hobby. This year in Europe, people will have an extra reason to collect.
Ants Australia's new series of videos, beginning with "How to build an ant nest".
I imagined a torrent of red Myrmecia flowing from the entrance of this nest like lava from an active volcano and decided “Vesuvius” was an appropriate name for my latest creation.