We all welcome you to Ant Hill World. I am Jenny your admin, and our team of moderators are all here to help you navigate the forum. This forum ranges from novice to experienced, so no worries in asking any amount of questions.
Come in and join us, to find out how you can keep ants successfully today.
Keeping ants is fun and exciting, start of small and build up as you gain experience. Chatting with fellow keepers here, helps you to develop your antkeeping skills.
Registering is a short click away to opening up a new world for you to explore. You do need to post to see all what the forum offers. Keep journals on your ants, watch videos and discover years of members knowledge about most species. Enjoy yourself and your visits on this happy forum.
Country: England Pets: Ants, 1 Canary, 4 Finches, 2 dogs and 1 wife Favourite Ant: Formica rufa & Camponotus habereri I Like: Daleks, History and good movies. I Hate: Very spicy food and hot curry. I Am: A Senior Citizen Joined: April, 2008 Likes: 3,493
Are you really good at taking close ups photos of ants? Or perhaps you know someone who is good at photography but who may not be a member of this forum?
Either way we are always happy to have good photos of ants and other insects here. So if you do know anyone who takes lovely photos of ants in the wild, and they are happy to share them here on the Ant Hill, or you have some good ant photos that you might wish to share, then please do post them or ask your friends if they'd like to join up and post any photos.
It would be really great if we could establish a visual library of ants from around the world, as even if the exact species was not known I am sure that we could possibly identify the genus, caste or gender of the subject if the photos were clear enough.
So if either yourself, or someone you know, takes such photos, then we look forward to seeing some very interesting ants here very soon.