Camponotus Maculatus subnudus
Camponotus maculatus subnudus
The Camponotus maculatus subnudus are extremely beautiful animals.
The coloring and size of the species appeals to many owners. The animals are moderately aggressive and day-active.
The ants are very well active and successfully hunt food animals as a large colony. Since the animals have a lot of formic acid, no food animals should be able to run into the nest.
The development of Camponotus maculatus subnudus is progressing rapidly, similar to other Camponotus species. The animals come from a warm region of Thailand and are therefore not affected by any diapauses.
Colony Size upto 2000
Queen Age Upto 25 years
Temperature 24-26 celcius
Polymorphic Yes workers vary greatly
Sting/Spray Formic acid
Diet sugars, small insects
Nest Type Ytong, Plastic, acylic, natural
Queen – 14mm
Worker – 5mm to 13mm