Myrmecophilus acervorum - Common Ant-cricket (Panzer, 1799)
Description: Very small (2-4 mm) species with yellow and brown colours. Body flattened. Eyes and wings are vestigial. Only females are known, they reproduce by parthenogenesis. Similar species:none Adults: Probably all year round. Song: none Habitat: Forest clearings and other habitats with ant colonies. It can be found in ant colonies under stones and roots. Distribution: Regions with hills and mountains.
Myrmecophilus acervorum, female (Author: Richard, source: flickr.com, CC BY SA)