Foraging in the ant-lion
Myrmeleon mobilis Hagen 1888 (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae): behavioral flexibility of a sit-and-wait predator.
Spatial distribution of pit-marking ant-lion
(Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae): density effects.
Competition in larvae of two european ant-lion
species (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae).
In a cloud of sand the Ant-lion
tumbled out, and, quick as lightning, the Snork popped a Dictionary of Outlandish Words on top.
(Neuroptera, Myrmeleontidae) larvae are predators that use the tactics of ambush for catching their preys.
O Que Passa" was published in 2006, comprising a 30-minute film in English and Portuguese versions, on Amazonian butterflies in Brazil, but also including scenes of giant otters, a jaguar, bees, beetles, spiders, and an ant-lion
The Striders and the bit where you use a squeaky toy to control killer ant-lion
Photoperiodic control of development in the ant-lion
Hagenomyia micans (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae).
Clearly, the book is designed as a form of ant-lion
trap, where the averagely innocent psychologist, after having been induced into the sand pit by an anodyne list of chapter headings, is unable to scramble out as the old certainties begin to slip away.
Intraspecific competition in larvae of the ant-lion
Tests of alternative models of prey consumption by predators, using ant-lion
of Florida II: Genera based on larvae.