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Photo#266176
Green Lacewing - Leucochrysa pavida

Green Lacewing - Leucochrysa pavida
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
April 14, 2009
Size: 22mm
I'm thinking Nodita pavida

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Green Lacewing Detail - Leucochrysa pavida Green Lacewing - Leucochrysa pavida

Thank You
Thank you both for your support, as always.
Robert

#266176 Identification – Leucochrysa (Nodita) pavida
Identification confirmed.

Nodita has dark pterostigma
this is smtg different -- let's wait for Dr Oswald; in the meantime, could you add a shot showing antennae full-length? thnx!

 
LONG
I don't have photos with me at work, but the antennae are long. I'll U/L tonight. I think this is the largest lacewing I've seen.

 
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i expected them to be very long. i e-mailed Dr O. about this & other recent posts. see you.

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