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Description Antlion trap with left-overs form last meal (ant abdomen)

Location: Nordost-Niedersachsen (Germany)
Keywords: Myrmeleontidae
nl: Valkuil van (één of andere soort) mierenleeuw. De resten van de laatste maaltijd liggen er nog (halve mier).
de: Fangtrichter eines Ameisenlöwen im Sandboden. Man erkennt noch die Reste der letzten Mahlzeit (Hinterleib einer Ameise)

Ort: Nordost-Niedersachsen (Deutschland)
Date April 2005
Source own work by Christian Fischer ( Fice) from
Author Christian Fischer ( Fice)
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