New ant species article: Lasius flavus (Yellow Meadow Ant)

Lasius flavus ant species article facts

We’ve posted a new ant species article! This time it’s about the shy little yellow meadow ant, also known as Lasius flavus. It’s an interesting species that likes to dwell underground far away from the brightness of the surface.

Read the article here: Ant Species | Lasius flavus (Yellow Meadow Ant)

“Lasius flavus, the yellow meadow ant, spends most of its time underground. They prefer not to move out in the open visible to the sun and predators. Instead they are very well adapted to a life beneath the surface. In their small tunnels they hunt for insects. They are very shy and friendly and tend to keep underground aphids.”

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