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Brown Lacewing with Hairy Neck - Micromus subanticus

Brown Lacewing with Hairy Neck - Micromus subanticus
Tonopah Desert, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
May 22, 2015
Size: 5.5mm Body
This small Lacewing has lots of hair on the thorax and also on the wings. The tibia do not have any dark bands. It has spotted wings that match other images of Micromus subanticus.
Note, the width vs. length ratio of the wings is slightly smaller than the closely related Micromus posticus. (overall shape is wider in that species)
Please don't frass all of these poor images, since there are no records for the whole genus, in Arizona. Thanks
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I'm double checking the patterns of the family, before moving.

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