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Message: I received my order of antlions very fast, even though it's around the holidays. Even better, they are still alive! Thank you for all of your help.
Message: if u have to do a science report do it on antlions i did an i got a A in science
Name: Don Ausec
Message: Nice these a really cool insects. I am 15 and the coolest thing about these bugs is the way the attack there prey...they just bite the crap out of it and do the injecting of juces and stuff, then they kick it out. I reccomend these critters for anyone with a sliught interest in them.
Message: We had just gone outside to feed an antlion under my slide for the first time--and there was more than one! I'm five, so my mommy brought me to your website so we could learn more. I had a great time learning about antlions--THANK YOU!! Dylan
Message: Hi im 12 years old and i used to live in california i loved watching my ant lions dig there pits and such but then i had to let them all go becouse i moved to oregon ( somone told me that they cant servive here...) but then i came up here and i see them EVERYWERE! jokes on me i guess. by the way ANT LIONS RULE! (And they are the only pet that my mom alows in the house) LOVE THE SIGHT by for now!.
Name: Christine Tobar-Dupres
Message: I am interested in antlions, because my 12 year old son is interested in antlions, and is learning about arthropods and organizations of kingdoms, phylum, etc. I am also rather terribly excited to play with our new antlions, I decided to buy cuz your product looked cool and I liked all the available information at the antion website...
Name: Chris Skinner
Message: WHAT FUN ! These little guys can sure eat!
Name: Darren and Ried
Message: Success! We have had our antlions since about April 2003 and we just released our first winged adult antlion! It was so exciting and very educational. We have plans to replenish our antlion habitat when the time comes as we have really enjoyed the experience! Thanks for such a great family pet!
Message: i have heaps of ant lion in my bucket and ive been colecting them as pets for 2 yrs now and can i tell andy that b4 scooping up the ant lion always blow the hole with a straw or something first so you dont harm the ant lion
Message: After having my ant lion Brak for about a month, feeding him an ant every day, he suddenly stopped making pits. I thought he was dead, but after about 10 days, he started up again. I had forgotten he would molt, I found the discarded skin the next day. Fascinating! Also, F.Y.I., it seems that various species of ant genus Formica do not make good ant lion food, as they are agile enough to simply climb out of the pit, but that species of Tapinoma can't climb as well and are easy prey. I am hoping Brak will grow large enough to make a meal of Camponotus carpenter ants eventually. Keep up the good work!