Breeding pair and female by herself.
about 1mm wide
Christmas Eve Snake :)
Under a log in my yard.
May be a new species for Texas. As they were described from S. CA and into Mexico (According to James Trager - Bug Guide)
I discovered that I had a few colonies of Rapacious Panther Ant - Pachycondyla harpax in my yard so I went out tonight at dark to see if I could find them hunting. To my surprise I found 6-8 of them tearing into a termite tunnel. They caught my eye because the Termites were defending their tunnel so vigorously. The Panther ants didn't blink. In fact it was an all you eat buffet. The Panther ants never left with one termite. They would grab one, then pin another to the ground, grab it and pin another. I think I saw one with at least 5 termites in it's mouth. Very cool to watch.. You can see the fresh termite tunnel in the foreground.
Seen here with an Orb Weaver Victim