Name: eileen lewins
Message: hi this is fab I can,t wait to show my grand kids we live in england and it,s snowing today but it,s warmer.
Message: As a kid in fith grade my frends an I would have antlion fights at lunch. One frend, Yee, from vietnam kept them and "traned" them at his house. Another frend in the same year ate a lion. Although I have not delt with them much sence, this brings joy just seeing them and reminds me of the school I went to as a kid. under the playground looks like the moon from all of the pits! as a mater of fact it looks like your breeding building in the movies. I hope you have a lot of vials to send me, and look foward to your responce. chet, the lion tamer P.S. i have my own sifting tool. handed down from Yee the lion fight champion traner.
Name: Jamie English
Message: I was just browsing around and I saw this web page. This is very interesting. As a child we would always dig up doodle bugs and play with them. I never knew they were actually called ant lions and would develope wings. Its amazing!
Message: hey i love antlions i even discovered my own type of antlion it is called the queen antlion and it is red!!!!!
Message: I love this site!
Message: This is simply a wonderful site! The videos and pictures are well organized and contain plenty of education, the people are nice and get back to you quickly and really mean it when they say "Free antlion for a broken link!" If i were to rate this site it would get 5/5! *****
Message: It's true! I have seen these buggers in action. And the live along time even if you don't feed them ants! My friend in Kahlotus, Washington used to catch these outside the bar and give them away as pets.
Name: Corey Hall
Message: Wow i like those antlions!!!! sites good also
Message: Cool creatures. Just bought my 1st ant farm (never had one as a kid). Now I'll order some lions, to keep 'em in line! LOL
Message: saw your link off creepycrawlyzoo.com and have numerous ant lions in my yard in Arizona,