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Name: chris R
Date: 04/19/2008
Message: ant lions are fun and interresting


Name: danielle
Date: 02/15/2008
Message: i love insects so when my mom showed me this artical i started reseaching on antlions!!!!!!!! thak you pestcontol! BUT I STILL DONT WONT YOU TO COME TO MY HOUSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Name: Heather Squires
Date: 12/11/2007
Message: This is so cool! I use to catch these as a kid and let them go at my grandparent's house. I got such enjoyment from them, and learned alot about them as a kid. It's nice to see others get a kick out of them too!


Name: mike c
Date: 12/03/2007
Message: i have wonder what the little cones where in my yard and now i know ant loin and really cool


Name: Bronson
Date: 11/26/2007
Message: I love antlions so much and i am doing a project on them!


Name: mark
Date: 10/27/2007
Message: ant lions are awsome


Name: LYNDA bOGGS
Date: 10/19/2007
Message: i HAVE HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF ANT LIONS IN MY DRY BARN. We have always studied them. I could send you many. Tell me how.


Name: Alex
Date: 08/26/2007
Message: I have a question. Theirs a bug in my ant loin bowl that isn't an ant loin. Their quit interesting and they have some of the same habits as ant loins. They look uglier though. They dig cones and live under the sand, Their more like worms and they use their abdomens to sting their prey. I'm not sure how they dispose of the body but I'm betting it would be similar to an ant loins way of flicking the carcass out of the hole. I need to know what this bug is. I found it in an over hang where I thought some ant loins were.once i got home and left them in the sand a little bit to build their cones,once they were done they seemed odd. So I went outside and collected some ants to feed them and i noticed that a worm thing was in the place of two mandibles. I would like to know if you know what these things are. Or if you could look them up maybe. because i haven't been able to find them anywhere. Please help, My e-mail is; plainoalex1@hotmail.com Thanks :) P.S. I love the site.


Name: shanden.mills
Date: 08/14/2007
Message: i love ant lions


Name: Robin L. Friedel
Date: 08/12/2007
Message: cool site and very interesting!

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