Species for sale - 2019

Common name: The Miniature Trap-jaw Ant.
Anochetus graeffei
Common name: The Golden Sugar Ant.
Camponotus festinus
Common name: The Yellow Sugar Ant or Hawaiian Carpenter Ant.
Camponotus variegatus
Common names: 'The Little Marauder Ant' or 'Red Asian Army Ant'.
Carebara affinis
Common name: Mang Man (Thai name).
Carebara castanea
Common names: The Marauder Ant or Asian Army Ant.
Carebara diversa
Common name: The Queenless Ponerine Ant.
Diacamma rugosum

   

   

       

 

             Important - Please read!

 

  •     Due to demand: We are now willing to accept small orders, however for any orders with a value

        below £100 the customer will need to pay the full cost of postage. For orders over £100 the cost of

        postage will be subsidised and you will only be charged approx 50% of the full postal cost.          

       

  •     Please ensure you read our terms and conditions prior to placing any orders. If you place an order it is on the understanding that you are accepting our terms as stated.

 

  •     Please email us prior to placing an order - to discuss the method of payment and an agreeable posting date etc.

 

  •     Due to the widespread operation of 'scammers' resulting in the high risk of reclaimed payments - all new customers will now be asked to pay by a bank to bank transfer or via PayPal ‘Friends and Family’. If you are not willing to send payment this way please do not place an order - if you do  

        your payment will simply be refunded.

 

            We are now also offering a live arrival guarantee! (See our terms and conditions regards this.)

 

     Covid-19 update: One effect this virus has had on the country is the longer than usual time taken for overseas  

packages to be processed and delivered. Taking this into consideration, we have decided not to risk posting any orders

out due to the possible delay in delivery - which could result in the death of the queens / colonies.

     We are however going to continue the process of restocking - so when we can see an improvement and open for trade

again, we will have a good range of species available. 

     Our aim is to review the situation on May 1st - and if the situation has improved open our shop again then.