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Large dirt mounds with a very small hole

 
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Can anyone tell me what this might be.  I have 10 large mounds of dirt with a very small hole
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Hi Rhonda, welcome to Permies!

In what part of the world are you? That might help our fellow mystery-solvers.
 
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It looks like an ant hill to me.
 
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I'm getting a strong Tiger Beetle larva vibe here.  

http://growingupinwaldron.blogspot.com/2011/08/in-search-of-worlds-meanest-worm.html?m=1
 
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Joylynn Hardesty wrote:It looks like an ant hill to me.


No ants in it   And only the one little hole
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