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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

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

Species interactions

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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).


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A mistake

Hi Martin,

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