Bringing this one back up a bit early, since I intended to get it up when Worker Ant left the wrestling world all too early. However, problems arose, and here it is, finally. The Colony, consisting of Fire Ant, Soldier Ant, and Worker Ant, have been a mainstay in CHIKARA for some time now. Originally, the three were somewhat comedic in their approach to wrestling. As time went on, they gradually became more and more serious, and now, due to the actions of Vin Gerard and his UnStable, as well as Team FIST, the trio has become fully serious in their quest to rid CHIKARA of evil. The three are an incredibly cohesive unit, and utilize double and triple team moves, for the most part. Thanks to GWForums for the Burning Hammer clip.
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In this video you will find the eclosing(hatching of a worker) of a worker and a tour through one of my larger Carpenter ant colonies. I show each chamber and explain a bit about the colony and the chambers along the way.
So, I keep seeing these ants crawl across my desk from time to time. They’re really tiny, but they don’t look exactly red (more like a bright brown). I don’t want to allow them to bite me simply to figure out what they are. What do I look for? Any advice?