I also received a colon of an Argentinian Roach - Blaptica dubia. Blaptica is a awesome food for Camponotus species, as it has a huge amount of size varieties and most importantly - they are plentiful in amount of protein.
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Hunting down the roach in a pile of trash.
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Xerxes appears to be a bey smart and educatin ant, which can successfully find roaches, but has problems with killing them.
And this is feeding by Pycnoscelus surinamensis.
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