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I disagree with it on principal.
I don't agree with taking brood from their parent nest.
It's nature. If she doesn't successfully raise her own brood then that's the way it is.
dermy wrote:So my formica queen is doomed
Well, no, because you brood boost >.<
Well, it depends for me. I suppose if you are taking a small amount of brood that isn't deep inside the nest then it shouldn't cause too much harm, however if you are taking large amounts of brood and/or taking it from deep chambers in the nest you could be potentially harming the colony.
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