Photo of the week
We're a few days late for this week's photo. But fear not, that just means that next week's photo will drop in only a few days. Joy.
This week's photo is from Flickr user João P. Burin. It's one of our favourite ants, Eciton burchelli.
Images of this ant are one of the things that drew us to the ant keeping hobby. It's huge mandibles are something out of a nightmare.
Check out João P. Burin's page for more great ant photos here.
From the CrazyLegs Creations range of hand crafted hebel formicariums comes a nest with a very unique appearance.
A simple 3D printed test tube connector from the new Ants Everything brand.
A formicarium you can hang on the wall.
A founding style "growable" nest from Antz For All.
Ant Store, Europes, and arguably the Worlds largest manufacturer, has released a new range of acrylic nests called Antcube
In an unfortunate case of bad timing, a live TV interview in Australia has been interrupted by a mating swarm of ants during their nuptial flight.
Ants Australia made a really big impact on the formicarium market with their Ytong Nests that they released earlier this year. Now they're introducing a new range of acrylic nests!
In an industry where innovation is sometimes difficult to come by, this Foundation Kit from AntKit is a sight for sore eyes.
Although we're a little late to the party, Ants Australia released their next video in their docu series titles, Wood Ants.
Today we are having a look at the range of honeycomb nests now being produced by Antworlds.
That's right, the former President of America owns not one, but two ant farms!
Here's a little formicarium from Brian Martell for an Australian ant keeper with a tighter budget.