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Yellow Meadow Ant hills at Harlestone heath

Observed: 23rd May 2009 By: RoseRose’s reputation in InvertebratesRose’s reputation in InvertebratesRose’s reputation in Invertebrates
Yellow Meadow Ant Hills at Harlestone Heath
Description:

The Yellow Meadow Ant (Lasius flavus) inhabits rough grassland, making the familiar ant hills.

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

Martin Harvey's picture

spot the bird!

Hi Rose, I guess this should be in invertebrates rather than birds, or were you showing it as an example of Green Woodpecker food?! I think you should be able to edit the observation and change the grouping (but let us know if that's not easy to do).

Martin

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Entomologist and biological recorder

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A mistake

Hi Martin,

Well spotted, my mistake, I have changed it now. Rose

Rose