Well, we've had them for about a month now, but haven't shown them off here. The good thing is they're always doing something, the newest creepy crawlies. A middle sized (500+ ants) colony of Polyrhachis dives a common ant in Australia and Asia. Not really a weaver ant by genus, but do build their nest in the same way using the silk produced from their larvae as a base. Here are a few pictures of their set up and nest. Since adding the second basin they have moved their nest to the tubing connecting the two basins, not what I would have liked but I can't make them do what I want them to. So they'll move out and build a proper nest when they have too large a colony to live in the tubing.