Larvea in soil
I bought a healthy looking juniper with a nice trunk but not much else. With a little work it could be a nice bonsai. It was pruned to get the trunk to show better and repotted. I took off about a 3rd of the soil and than a little more to make it fit in the pot. When the last of the soil fell it showed a pocket of larvea and ants.I took out all that could be seen but I'am sure some escaped me. I don't know if they were ant larve or if the ants were eating them.
Has anyone run into this when repotting?
Is it harmfull to the plant or other plants around it.
Can any thing be done or should any thing be done?