It is easy to find these pit-falls of the ant lion in sand banks in the summer-time.
An ant lion will dig an entrapment, then hiding behind a blind, await the unwary.
It is like the larvæ of the dobson, the aphis lion, and the ant lion in that respect.
The ant lion digs a little pit in loose sand and buries itself therein with the exception of its head.
An ant slid part way down its funnel and tried to climb out again, and the ant lion down below is flinging sand at it.
And, curiously enough, this stomach is the only organ of digestion which the ant lion has.
Namitša is a large reddish insect, perhaps a wasp, that throws earth as it burrows; or perhaps the ant lion?