Ant Lion (Macronemurus appendiculatus)

A photo of an ant lion I photographed. These insects have long slender bodies with long wings thus making them flying in a lazy rising and falling motion. The larvae excavate a little pit in sandy soil and bury themselves feeding on any insects that fall in the pit, usually ants thus the name Ant Lion.


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