Advertisement Hey guys! Haven't posted in a while, but my latest T room problem has me scratching my head and frustrated beyond belief. I ducked in late last night to check on everybody before I went to bed, but when I came to my MM P. Regalis' cage, I just about had a heart attack! There was an ENTIRE COLONY of little black ants just cruising around below his substrate. I checked him a few days ago and didn't see a thing. So today's been spent taking everybody off that particular shelf, pulling the T's in and out, dumping substrate, replacing substrate and dealing with Kevin's mighty colony. They had all congregated below his water dish --queen included--so it felt fitting to give them what they seemed to be after in the first place. With a hose. Little bastards. Has anyone else had issues with these guys? These little sugar ants have been driving me up a wall by appearing near water sources in my house every so often, but I thought I had them all under control until last night. Also, does anybody know any tarantula-friendly ways to ensure that they don't come back? I'm just glad they popped up on the adult arboreal shelf, and not in my kindergarten shelf! A colony that size could've descimated my slings. Cheers guys!