This spindly insect, borne aloft on four delicate wings, snaps its mandibles in obvious hunger.
Giant Adult Ant Lion CR 6
Speed 30 ft., fly 60 ft. (good)
Melee bite +12 (2d8+10)
Space 15 ft.; Reach 10 ft.
Environment warm deserts
Organization solitary or cloud (2-12)
When a giant ant lion reaches maturity, it creates a cocoon of sand and dirt around itself. Over the course of a month, the ant lion undergoes a dramatic metamorphosis—when it emerges, its body has become elongated and thin and it has gained a set of enormous, lacy wings. Depending on the region, giant adult ant lions are often called giant lacewings, giant damselflies, or giant spindleflies, but regardless of their regional name, they remain ravenous and deadly, replacing the sand trap cunning of their larval form with swift flight and greater battlefield mobility.
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