Queen Ant Melba was named after Isaac's Great Aunt Melba. The scrapbook is a community project made by various individuals. Different individuals created their pages and sent them in to be added to the scrapbook. It is a compilation of memories, ideas, articles, fun ant facts and other projects done in Isaac's name. Thanks everyone for the great pages!

  • The Heltons

    Long live Queen Esther!

    Meet Cory, Sierra, Joey, Seth, Matthias, and Tyrus. They have adopted a Myrmecocystus mexicanus queen ant and named her Queen Esther. Thanks for letting me spend the afternoon with your wonderful family! The boys did a great job going over the care instructions! 

  • The Stephens

    Long live Queen Honey!

    Meet Jeanette and Aviana. They adopted a Myrmecocystus mexicanus queen ant and named her Queen Honey. We are happy to have you join our team and I loved the great questions from both of you! Aviana keep up the great work!

Would YOU like to be a member of Flagstaff Ant Keepers?

Flagstaff Ant Keepers is a growing group of enthusiastic ant keepers that are raising their colonies starting only with a fertile queen. This is an educational life science project where the kids and their family get to have fun watching the queen complete the life cycle and raise their colonies and  by doing so learn amazing facts about ants.

Join our team!  

ISAAC'S FUN ANT FACT #6

There are anywhere from 12,000 to 22,000 different species of ants!

Watch the Myrmecocystus mexicanus prepare for their nuptial flight.

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