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A pretty new micro Teneb I'm working with. Might be a new state record for Idaho! Seem to be associated with ant nests, but so far they appear to breed in captivity readily outside of said nests. :)

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18 minutes ago, Peter Clausen said:

Neat! What is the length on these? 

About 3-4 mm... 😂

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Well, that was quick! 

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So tiny!!! 😂

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10 hours ago, Ratmosphere said:

Sooooo small!

Yeah they're tiny! 😄

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This species ended up being very easy to breed and rear, here are some pictures of a pupa, a teneral adult, and a hardened CB adult:

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So, eggs hatch within a week, larvae take a couple weeks to mature, and pupae develop in only a week or so as well. Fast growing species! 

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4 hours ago, Reyes said:

smol

Very smol. 😂 

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