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Adult stage of the Antlion, it looks a little like a dragonfly, notice diferences in the antenna and wings.
In the second and third pictures you can see the larve; trapping ants.
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Never seen pictures of an adult Antlion before now - looks great !. I also like the effect the shadows add to the photo. thanks for the post.
Thanks Susan... How you doing'??
Antlions are so great, it looks like a cross between a moth and a dragonfly.
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This is a great spotting! I love the close up of the catch by the larva in the last picture!
Beautiful picture! Vivid color of the red and black against the green background, and the shadows make it really interesting. = ) Great spotting! I always thought antlions were fascinating as many people are unaware of them. I never knew they grew into that adult form.
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Very cool with the shadows!
You got a very interesting picture, the shadows of the wings give it an unnusual flavour. Well done.
Lat: 8.45, Long: -83.46
Spotted on Nov 5, 2005 Submitted on Dec 6, 2011
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