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Message: I'ts frightening to know people walk on these things all the time and never know they exist.....
Message: can i feed a really small millapied its about the size of ant ant and doesent hurt them.
Message: I love your website. It is fun, interesting and how can you make anything a bout bugs fun but you did. I really really like it alot. It has a lot of good information. If I were in your area I would buy some antlions from you.
Message: HI my name is tony iam doing a science fair project on antlion and i was wondering if they could survive in dirt and not eat your plant yours Truly Tony and Mike
Name: Michael R
Message: Hello, I am an 8th grade student doing a science fair project about Ant Lions. We will be testing if Antlions will be able to trap prey in soil thus making it a natural garden pesticide. This site is awsome to see, and I can't wait for my antlions to arrive. Thanks, Yours truly, Michael and Tony
Message: this message is to William S. Safer who said there are not antlions in new england. well try looking under trees and where theres shade. i am in MA and find them all the time
Name: Tony Gustin
Message: Hello Ian. I haven't spoken to you for some time. I just wanted to drop a friendly hello and see how business has been treating you. Regards, Tony Gustin
Name: DM Pastor and Blue the Dingo
Message: Wow... I had only just explained to my mom what all of those "holes" in the ground were when I decided to find a photo of the Antlions...I came to the most righteous place! Safari on you Ant Lion hunters!
Name: Loretti B.
Message: Do antlions live in the Twin Cities, Minnesota? I hope they do so I can catch some once it gets warmer.
Name: jaclyn s
Message: i love antlions and i hope to have mine until they grow into adulthood