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A taxonomic review of the common green lacewing genus Chrysoperla


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Chrysoperla


Chrysoperla sp.


Chrysoperla


Chrysoperla


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I emailed TX A&M neuroptera e


Might not be Chrysoperla


Not Chrysoperla - Chrysopa?


Chrysoperla rufilabris


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Could it be a Chrysoperla ca


Chrysoperla?


Chrysoperla sp?


definitely not Chrysoperla; looks like a Chrysopa, rather


#318770 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


Looks like a Chrysoperla sp. to me.


Chrysoperla sp


#240227 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (not carnea)


Chrysoperla carnea


I have found several Chrysope


Chrysoperla carnea-group


Chrysoperla sp.


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Chrysopa?


Chrysoperla


Another Chrysoperla?


Chrysoperla pudica-group


Chrysoperla but not rufilabris


Chrysoperla carnea-group


Chrysoperla carnea-group


Chrysoperla carnea-group


Chrysopa nigricornis


Debris carrying


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Chrysopa oculata


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Might very well be Chrysoperla...


Chysopodes collaris


Also compares to Chrysopodes collaris


Catherine Tauber of Cornell


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Looks like


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Clear-winged Insect


Green Lacewing


Green alien


Looks like a lacewing larva.


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must be Chrysoperla rufilabris


must be Chrysoperla rufilabris


I agree


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Chrysoperla looks reasonable


cool one... certainly not Chrysoperla


Chrysoperla rufilabris


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Green Lacewing


Green Lacewing


A few more


Green Lacewing larva


not Chrysopa; likely, Chrysoperla rufilabris


Chrysoperla sp.


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Chrysoperla sp.


Chrysoperla sp.


Yep, Genus Chrysoperla


Chrysoperla sp.


Chrysopa sp.


Yes, Chrysoperla:


Green lacewing


Chrysoperla looks right


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Chrysopa vs Chrysoperla


you sure about genus? doesn't look like Chrysoperla to me...


Chrysoperla sp.


Green Lacewing larva - Chrysoperla rufilabris


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Chrysoperla sp.


great point about people... yes, exactly.


must be a Chrysoperla indeed...


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Not an expert but looks like a Chrysoperla.


looks more like Chrysoperla; hope Dr Oswald gets to them soon


Chrysoperla sp., right


Chrysoperla sp.


Chrysoperla sp.


Chrysoperla sp.; by far the most common one in our area


Chrysoperla sp.


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Chrysoperla sp.


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Chrysoperla sp.


Definitely Green Lacewing


yup. has to be a Chrysoperla


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Chrysoperla sp.


Chrysoperla sounds good to me


likely, a Chrysoperla; pls move to the family page


doesn't look like a Chrysopa; likely, a Chrysoperla


Chrysoperla is safe, Dr Oswald will hopefully tell more


Looks like a green lacewing l


Chrysoperla is a pretty safe bet, beyond that you're on your own


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#378322 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


Well, my gut was right, after all


best match I can find is in Chrysoperla,


Chrysoperla [Chrysopidae] in her winter coat


at least two hemerobiid individuals joined the party


I think it has something to do with overwintering.


yes, Chrysopidae, possibly Chrysoperla


#245719 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#245718 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#249577 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


Chrysoperla, yes


Green lacewing


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Chrysoperla rather


ID...


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i see great semblance to Chrysoperla rufilabris


Frassed


Frassed


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#54030 Identification – Chrysopa coloradensis


#54031 Identification – Chrysopa coloradensis


#204695 Identification – Chrysopa coloradensis


#7669 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#8394 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#11044 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#11045 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


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#12172 Identification – Chrysoperla rufilabris


#41189 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#64763 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#70392 Identification – Chrysoperla rufilabris


#79697 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#79700 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#81485 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#86561 Identification – Chrysoperla rufilabris


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#86562 Identification – Chrysoperla rufilabris


#86564 Identification – Chrysoperla rufilabris


#86565 Identification – Chrysoperla rufilabris


#86566 Identification – Chrysoperla rufilabris


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#114661 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


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#147476 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#152919 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (the lacewing)


#152920 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (the lacewing)


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#152921 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (the lacewing)


#152922 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (the lacewing)


#154187 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#154190 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#235049 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#243731 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#8922 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (not carnea)


#9107 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (not carnea)


#236999 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (not carnea)


#237000 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (not carnea)


#240224 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (not carnea)


#240226 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (not carnea)


#153685 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#153684 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#181300 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#220947 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


#220948 Identification – Chrysoperla sp.


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hapless Chrysoperla


Chrysoperla


Chrysoperla -- can be frassed, i think


Chrysoperla -- can be frassed


Chrysoperla? maybe not...


Chrysoperla, sure


Chrysoperla sp.


Overwintering Chrysoperla ...


Chrysoperla sp.


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Chrysoperla sp.


i agree, Chrysoperla


Chrysoperla sp.


i think Chrysoperla, too


Chrysoperla, i suppose


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Lacewing larva


Looks like Chrysoperla


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Chrysoperla comanche


We have this genus


A lucky hit on this one!


Green Lacewings


Green Lacewing


Green Lacewing


Seen in Durham too


Winter-form?