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
Message: My family is from Ky and they have a story if you get down and say Doodlebug your house is on fire, it will come out. Also had a cousin named Bug after the doodlebug. There must be some old folk tales spread thru the years in Ky.
Name: Khanh Le
Message: Hey Hey Hey!! There shuld be a booby prize for the contest for the top 3 or 5.
Name: Kevin Le
Message: Aww man i had 3 before because i found them at my old school during break.There was lots of sand,I ended up having them for 2-6 days then I let them go.Thats why I want to win the contest.Because I dont live in areas with antlions anymore :(.
Name: The one with the tropical fish
Message: Ant lions look cool! I might get one....
Name: Dakota B. Fleming
Message: I already knew about Ant-lions but none of my friends believed me because Ant-lions are vary rare here in England. So I just found this site and bought some Ant-lions. after they arrived I planted them a in A glass boll and invited my mates over, They were mesmerized by the little things and even more so after they feed them.Now they want me to breed the adult Ant-lions so they can have some..witch will only lead to the death of the poor little things.
Name: William S. Safer
Message: The ant lions are beyond belief! My ant lions made pits quickly and have eaten many ants and other insects. I purchased a set for my 4 year old nephew and he loves them, along with his 2 year old brother. They have fun finding insects to feed them! I even gave a set to the local library and they set them up in the Children's Library Section. They are not seen anything like them. We do not have ant lions in New England, so they are a real treat to see and interact with. My lions toss sand at the ant to drive it down the pit to it's waiting jaws! Great Stuff!!