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Acromyrmex cf. coronatus

  • Acromyrmex cf. coronatus

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Name: Acromyrmex cf. coronatus
Propagation: South America
Queen: 14-16mm
Workers: 8-11mm
Food: Fungus, which the ants grow on bramble, raspberry, oak, maple and rosebush leaves.
Air moisture: 80-90% in the fungus tank, remaining tanks to be kept in drier conditions
Temperature: 20-28°C
Hibernation: No
Nest-building: Soil nests
Formicariums: Tank, farm tank
Formicarium size: min. 30x20cm (should soon be switched to 3 tanks Food/Waste/Fungus)
Particularities: Both Atta and Acromyrmex species are leafcutter ants. The cut up leaves serve as a growth substrate for the fungus they feed on. This is an obligatory symbiosis, whereby the fungus and ants are unable to survive without one another.