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Moth Lacewing


Lacewing larva


Green lacewing larva.


Chrysopid egg bundles


Probably a Lacewing larva


Fascinating...


Hmm...


Expert opinions


A terrifed Lacewing Larvae?


lacewing


Lacewing Larva


Lacewing eggs


Moth Lacewing


Lacewing larvae bites


Whoops


Bite.


Green lacewing larva with debris


Wow!


Green lacewing larva.


No, green lacewing:-)


Found another picture


Looks like a green lacewing (


More common form of lacewing larva


Lacewing larva


Lacewing


Looks like a lacewing larva.


Lacewing.! Thank you so much


Unrelated


Lacewing Larva


Scopula impoundata, Large Lace-Wing Moth


Brown Lacewing - Hemerobiidae


That is a green lacewing!


Green Lacewing, family Chryso


lacewing larva


giant lacewing pictures


Green lacewing egg casing jus


Looks like a lacewing larva.


is this really...


Brown lacewing larva


One thing I forgot to mention.


Lacewing larva


I have seen a lacewing larva


Moved to Green Lacewing Larvae


Green Lacewing larva


That's likely!


lacewing


Giant Lacewing photo


Green Lacewing... Chrysopidae


Brown Lacewing.... Hemerobiid


Not a lacewing. I think it mu


brown lacewing


lacewing


It is a lacewing larva (Chrys


This is a lacewing (Chrysopidae)


lacewing


Lacewing Larvae


Lacewing


lacewing larvae


Brown Lacewing - Hemerobiidae


Brown lacewing - Hemerobiidae


cocoon


Giant Lacewing


Debris-Carrying Lacewing larva...


Green Lacewing Larva


This looks more like...


Hmmm


Lacewing?


Hmmm...


Brown lacewing


Lacewing larva


Brown Lacewing


Green Lacewing!


I think it's a lacewing larva


Larvae


Lacewing


Wow! A very hungry lacewing,


lacewing


Not a Green Lacewing


Green Lacewing larva on Syrphid Fly pupa


Green lacewing of some sort I


Approximately how large was t


eggs of Lacewing


Lacewing


Lacewing larva


lacewing


Lacewing egg


Brown Lacewing


Lacewing larva


Green lacewing larva


Looks to be a lacewing larva


Lacewing


Lacewing eggs


Lacewing Eggs


Some info...


Looks like a green lacewing l


Some lacewing larvae use debr


Lacewing egg cases


Lacewing Larvae! They can be


Lacewing larva


Lacewing


Lacewing


A lacewing larva


John and Jane nailed it i think


Lacewing?


Looks like a lacewing larva...


green hairy vs. brown not


Right--Chrysopidae seems safe


My thoughts...


Lacewing larvae?


Lacewing


And third-ed. Cool shots seconded, too :-)


Lacewing?


Brown lacewing larvae? Look a


Lacewing


Photos of all stages??


Hope you're not as disappointed as I am.


Wow, it's Lacewing Egghenge!


Eggs


Green lacewing larva


Oliarces clara


lacewing larva


lacewing larva


Evil to aphids!


Lacewing larva


Green Lacewing?


Eureka!!!


From what I read, lacewing la


Green lacewing (Chrysopidae)


Lacewing eggs


Green lacewing larva?


Brown lacewing


Giant Lacewing (Polystoechotes punctata)


I think


Lacewing larva


They look like lacewing eggs


lacewing larva


Lacewing.


Lacewing larva:-)


Lacewing


Brown lacewing?


Lacewing Larva?


Brown Lacewing?


Beaded Lacewing


Not brown lacewing


lacewing larva "decorations"


Green lacewing larva.


immature lacewing


Looks like a brown lacewing t


Brown Lacewing Larva


Yes, and...


What Interesting Attire for a Lacewing Larva!


Hatched lacewing cocoon!


Brown lacewing.


Brown Lacewing


Lacewing eggs.


Green lacewing


I agree.


Brown lacewing larvae carry o


Lacewing Larva


lacewing larva


Lacewing


Lacewing


Green Lacewing


Blown Disguise:-)


Green Lacewing


Green Lacewing.


i have confirmed lacewing larvae bite. :-(


Yup, lacewing for sure.


Lacewing?


brown lacewing


Lacewing cocoon.


What other entomologists say.


Not an entomologist


lacewing maybe?


Green Lacewing


I'm sure


Yes they are lacewing larvae,


Unknown larvae


Lacewing larva.


Lacewing larva


Brown lacewing larva?


Lacewing Larva


green lacewing larva


Larva of lacewing


Lacewing larva?


Brown Lacewing?


Lacewing larva is most likely.


Lacewing


Overwintering green lacewing?


Lacewing ?


Lacewing


Aphid lion (lacewing larva)


probably lacewing larva


Lacewing larva


Green lacewing


Maybe Green Lacewing


Frassed


Brown Lacewing


Might be...


Green Lacewing larva


Debris-carrying green lacewing larva


Frassed


Yes - a Debris-carrying Lacewing larva…


Frassed


Green Lacewing


Frassed


Green Lacewing eggs


lacewing larva


brown lacewing?


Green Lacewing


Green Lacewing larva…


Brown Lacewing


Beaded Lacewing


Your image was moved from ID Request into the Guide.


Micromus


Thanks for that lightning-fast ID


Green Lacewing larva…


Green Lacewing larva…


Giant Lacewing


Looks like a Brown Lacewing


Moved


I think Ken is right


Green Lacewing Larva


larval insect


Helorus…


Green alien


Moved


Lacewing larva would be my guess


Spotted Giant Lacewing


Brown Lacewing


Debris-carrying lacewing larva


New ID Suggestion


Yes


mites


Neuroptera:Chrysopidae


debris-carrying lacewing larva


Maybe


Debris-carrying lacewing larva


We assume there is a lacewing larva


I'd like a clearer shot, but...


Debris-carrying lacewing larva


Lacewing larva


lacewing larva


Looks like a Debris-carrying Lacewing Larva


Appears to be a lacewing larva


They've declined here...


Lacewing Larva


brown lacewing larva?


Beaded Lacewing


Green Lacewing (Larva)


lacewing larva


chrysopidae


Lacewing larva


Green Lacewing larva


Looks like a lacewing larva.


lacewing larva


Yup, they look ...


hemerobiidae


Green Lacewing


Green Lacewing


lacewing larva


San Francisco Lacewing


Green lacewing


Yes, only current state record from Illinois on BugGuide!


Guess you're familiar with the paper below :-)


Brown Lacewing


I'm guessing that...


Debris carrying green lacewing larva


Yes


*


Green Lacewing


lacewing larva


Yes


Green Stonefly


lacewing larva


lacewing?


Lacewing larvae


Green Lacewing larva


debris-carrying lacewing larva


Brown Lacewing


I really had no idea what thi


wasp on cat


Moved


Was this taken at night? I'd


Moved


debris-carrying lacewing larva


debris-carrying lacewing larva


lacewing larva


Green Lacewing larva


Moved


? for Graham


debris-carrying lacewing larva


debris-carrying lacewing larva


probably


Augochlorella aurata


Green Lacewing larva


Green Lacewing eggs, perhaps


lacewing larva


Or maybe...


Chrysopidae (Green Lacewing) larva


Larva


Debris-carrying Green Lacewing larva


This is the larva of a green


You are a Mantis Fly (Mantisp


lacewing larva


Lacewing larva


Yes - Debris-carrying Lacewing larva…


lacewing larva


lacewing larva


lacewing larva


lacewing larva


thank you


Debris-carrying Lacewing larva…


I read the article and you ar


Lacewing larvae, perhaps?


Lacewing larva


green lacewing larva


Thanks


Interesting


Debris-Carrying Larva


Brown Lacewing larva…


Not a moth...


chrysopidae


Green Lacewing eggs…


Debris-Carrying Larva


Brown lacewing


Brown Lacewing larva…


Common names!


I agree


Thanks!


Moved


Chrysoperla rufilabris


Megalomus


Sympherobius barberi


Barber's Brown Lacewing


Green Lacewing egg…


Chrysopidae


Green Lacewing


Green Lacewing


Green Lacewing


Brown Lacewing - Hemerobiidae


I agree


Lacewing, I expect


Anacharitinae…


I've never seen a teneral lacewing, but


Thanks, looks like brown lace


Beaded Lacewing (Lomamyia)?


Junk bug- lacewing larva


Giant Lacewing


lacewing larva


Correct


Lacewing larva


Lacewing larva


Green Lacewing larva


lacewing larva


Are we sure that's not a green lacewing cocoon?


Green Lacewing larva


vampire Lacewing


It's not at all uncommon...


vicious Lacewing larva


lacewing larva


Photo


debris-carrying lacewing larva


lacewing


.


lacewing larva?


Brown Lacewing


Brown Lacewing


Moved, indeed a lacewing larva....


Brown Lacewing larva…


Debris-carrying Lacewing larva…


Debris-Carrying Lacewing larva…


Debris-Carrying Lacewing Larvae…


Green Lacewing larva


Hemerobiidae


Lacewing


Brown Lacewing


Brown lacewing, family Hemerobiidae


Debris-Carrying Lacewing larva…


not a caddisfly...


My impression from scanning a few web pages is...


-


Lacewing eggs


Beaded Lacewing


Brown Lacewing?


Fixed


New Link


Moved


looks like a lacewing larva--wait for an expert


Green lacewing eggs


Debris-Carrying Lacewing Larva…


Moved to Golden-eyed Lacewing


Moved to Golden-eyed Lacewing


Thank You!


I'd be more inclined to suspect...


green lacewing larva


Its a type


the most common lacewing in the tri-state area, in my experience


ladybird beetle larva


lacewing larva


Brown lacewing, I reckon


lacewing larva


close enough... it's a lacewing larva in the Chrysopidae


Pleasing Lacewing, Nallachius americanus


Photo Request


Green Lacewing?


Green Lacewing larva


[thumb:1041041]This is a


Green Lacewing larva


Beaded Lacewing


Green Lacewing eggs…


Not a lacewing


Chrysopid egg


Chrysopidae larva


Green Lacewing Larva


Neuroptera


Lacewing


Lacewing?


Lacewing


Maybe a lacewing?


Chalcid wasp…


lacewing larva


Thank you


lacewing eggs


definitely some kind of lacewing larva


Yes


That's a good idea!


lacewing wings


lacewing


Maybe Lacewing larva...


yes


Appears to be a Lacewing


ID'd brown lacewing


Brown Lacewing


Debris-Carrying Lacewing larva…


Green Lacewing Eggs


Green lacewing eggs


Brown Lacewing?


Green Lacewing larva


Debris-Carrying Lacewing larva…


green lacewing larva


Debris-carrying larva…


how about a giant lacewing?


Lacewing


Brown lacewing?


Green Lacewing


Brown Lacewing larva


Lacewing larvae


Green Lacewing larva


Lacewing Larva


Pleasing Lacewing?


a beaded lacewing


Ero Egg Case


Moved


lacewing


Prompt ID!


Lacewing cocoon?


Green lacewing


Wasps…


Chrysopid larva


lacewing of some sort


Bitten


Lomamyia sp.


Green Lacewing, I expect.


Moved to Green Lacewings


Green lacewing


debris-carrying lacewing larva


Moved


lacewing larva?


Looks like...


actually


Green lacewing.


Green Lacewing


lacewing larva


Green Lacewing larva


Lacewing larva


larva


lacewing larvae i.d.


Debris-Carrying Lacewing Larvae…


I think your right. My next guess would be a Fishfly


Nice find


Giant Lacewing, perhaps?


Green Lacewing


Green Lacewing eggs…


Debris-Carrying Lacewing larva…


Green lacewing.


Shouldn't Aphidoletes larvae be orange?


Green Lacewing larva - Chrysoperla rufilabris


Moved


Chrysopidae


Sorry no field notes while on


looks like


lacewing larvae


Larva


Needs it's own page


ID Request - Lacewing Larva


I noticed that, too. The aph


Green Lacewing larva


Hemerobiidae


Looks like a lacewing larva to me.


Lacewing larva!


Green Lacewing


Green Lacewing Larva


Larva


I wonder how it go into your nose?


Coworker thinks they id'ed it.


Debris-Carrying lacewing larva…


Lacewing debris-carrying larva


You are right..


Green lacewing debris-carrying larva


Green lacewing debris-carrying larva


Debris-carrying Lacewing larva


.


Brown Lacewing larva…


Thank you for the Lacewing ID . .


Thanks!


Lacewing


great. Thanks. Had some green


Cocoon


Brown Lacewing larva…


Right…


Beaded Lacewing.


The spider seems to be Eriophora ravilla


I'm confused...


Probably


Green lacewing


Moved


Looks like a Green Lacewing to me...


Size?


Cocoon


No it's a beetle for sure.


I don't think it is a Ladybug


Lacewing larvae


Lacewing larva…


Brown Lacewing larva


Me


This just in!


Brown lacewing


Lacewing larva


Lacewing larva…


Lacewing larva…


Had fun trying out this persp


green lacewing


Green lacewing egg


Lacewing egg…


Lacewing Larva


Beaded Lacewing?


Green lacewing


Green Lacewing


Just did!


Brown Lacewing


Egg question


Yes


Lacewing larva


Same order as antlions.


Debris-Carrying Lacewing Larva


Looks like a Lacewing larva.


Lacewing larva


Are you sure this isn't a debris-carrying lacewing larva?


Neuopteran larva, I presume


Green lacewing larvae do this


Pleasing Lacewing


Pleasing Lacewing


lacewing larva


Hey Sam, hope all is well


Agreed


pleasing lacewing


Pleasing Lacewing


Green lacewing


Neat


A lacewing larva


Thanks to both.


Green Lacewing larva


Moved


Yep


Placement


Pupa.


Lacewing


Yes


Not a parasite


a pretty lacewing, rather


Not much more info


Lacewing


male Nallachius americanus


Unless you are positive that


larva


Not sure, but


I also agree that it's a brow


actually


laprunning


Looks like lacewing


Probably ...


The comment on the Facebook page...


spiral eggs....


Does not look like horsefly e


Brown Lacewing larva?


Green lacewing cocoon


Moved


Looks like a Beaded Lacewing


Common Names


Lacewing larva


No, more exciting!


Debris-carrying Green Lacewing Larva


Green lacewing larva


Looks like a green lacewing cocoon


Definitely Green Lacewing


Appears to be an aphid lion


green lacewing debris carrying larva


not an expert


It does look like a lacewing larva


Strange...


nope; Lomamyia sp., a kind of lacewing


I'm going with Brown Lacewing


Maybe biting midges rather than Phorids?


Green Lacewing Larva


lacewing larva


lacewing larva


Lacewing


Brown Lacewing


Well...


Moved


Philodromus sp.


Moved


Thanks


Moved


Moved


Green Lacewing egg?


Moved


It's a . . .


How about...


Antennae don't look quite right...


Brown Lacewing


Yes, has those lacewing like jaws,


Thank you!


Green Lacewing of some kind.


sizes and preserving


neuroptera?


I stand corrected!


Green Lacewing Larva :)


Moved


Vote for Lacewing larva


How about


Yes


Thanks will try that. an wo


Yes


look at


How about...


lacewing location


Looks like


Try lacewing larva


Not a nymph...


nonmoth


We know you have been here at BugGuide for quite


Hmm... maybe hymenopteran larvae, though?


Eggs


I think that's a Green Lacewing.


Green Lacewing larva


this is a so-called 'owlfly' --actually, a kind of lacewing


The U of M extension service


Green Lacewing Larva?


Can't say for sure...


Saw one with lichen too!


-


3cm? maybe mm rather?


Thanks


'green lacewing', rather :)


Guessing


Lacewing larva, yes.


Green Lacewing, yes.


looks like debris-carrying Green Lacewing larva


Lacewing, rather.


looks like debris-carrying Green Lacewing larva


I am back


Lacewing - yes


Lacewing - yes


Definitely brown lacewing


I could be mistaken...


Looks like it


Looks like


#265551 Identification – Eremochrysa sp. (the lacewing)


looks like


Moved


Lacewing larva, probably Green


Moved


Green Lacewing larva


Not a lacewing


Larva and cocoon


lacewing


Green Lacewing Larva


Hmmmm


I've seen all kinds of things...


I agree on both counts


Green lacewing eggs


Looks like


Bug with camoflage


Looks a bit like


green lacewing larva


Green lacewing, I think.


? maybe Brown Lacewing Larva


Best guess:


Another debris carrier


And where's the Katydid


Lacewing larva


Brown Lacewing


Brown Lacewing larva, I suspect


Green Lacewing seconded.


lacewing, rather


mirroring Chris and Ken


lacewing series


Thanks, Ken & Andrew


I just commented on this pic.


I'd say so.


Brown Lacewing


Might as well


One more question, sorry


Oh right


Lacewing?


Green lacewing cocoon (Chrysopidae)


Empty


Sure looks like there are


Adult image added


Eggs were same after 24 hours


Leucochrysa


Thank you, Charley. Some comments:


Stalked eggs


Green lacewing eggs


Chrysopidae eggs:


Similar 'bouquets"


lacewing


Is this bug a lacewing?


Debris-carrying Larva...


Lacewing larva


Green lacewing


Fungus


I'm thinking


Well, they are


Quite a collection, Beatriz.


Lacewing Larva


Any sign of the parasitoid?


Not caddisfly, more exciting!


Amazing


Don't Quote Me


Moved


Sure looks like it.


looks like Green Lacewing larva


Maybe


of a green lacewing [Chrysopidae]


Looks like a beaded lacewing


Parasitized


Check out Lacewing eggs


Definitely moth eggs


Lacewing larva 2nded


Looks like


Green lacewing larva.


Larva


Aphids


excellent head shots


Awesome!


lacewing larva


Yes.


Please take a look at...


Re: Beautiful green bug


This looks like a lacewing...


Lacewing...


Wrong place to post this, but....


Greetings, Terri!


Lacewing larva


It looks like it


Not lacewing:-)


an offbeat thought


a nice lacewing, rather... a nicewing...


Aphids


Green lacewing, so they say


lacewing?


Thank you


Lacewing eggs


*


Green Lacewing Larva


Green Lacewing, Family Chrysopidae


Lacewing larva.


Lacewing eggs


Green lacewing eggs


lovely image


That's the idea


Green lacewing eggs


I'm no expert...


...


One more minor crx


great shot! looks like brown lacewing larva


Eggs


Lacewing larva


...


Green lacewing cocoon


Perceptions of “Danger”


Not an expert, but


#304594 Identification – Oliarces clara


some kid of a lacewing -- check Polystoechotidae


that I don't know


Mysterious motives


Family Hemerobiidae - Brown Lacewing


eeew


Yes, green lacewing eggs


Cottony lacewing


Actually I just found the ID.


Micromus, brown lacewing larva


Hemerobiidae - Brown Lacewing


No- it's not just a pinch


Yes, lacewing is what we would suggest too


Maybe a baby lacewing or planthopper?


Just a suggestion...


lacewing larva


close: lacewing larva


I can't find where Shasa has an image...


Beautiful lacewing


I'm always prepared to be proven wrong...


All I have are guesses...


Thanks Eric and Charley


Cocoon


Cocoon?


I think you've got a...


You've got a...


LONG


Thanks & Eye Question


Not an expert but...


Green lacewing


really neat insect


And


i agree


Do you remember


looks like..


ID...


ID...


We don't know enough to be able to say


nice to see lacewing section gaining value...


#152919 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (the lacewing)


#152920 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (the lacewing)


#152921 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (the lacewing)


#152922 Identification – Chrysoperla sp. (the lacewing)


Usually lacewing is as far as these go.


Neuroptera eggs of some sort.


just for fun


giant lacewing of some sort


This is a Brown Lacewing


Lacewing


Plant Hopper


...


No


Green lacewing cocoon


Thank you


Better


Looks


Looks like one of the


Green lacewing larva


Neuroptera


I think it's a lacewing larva


Not sure


Ah, but...


Brown Lacewing


I think it killed the antlion


Exuviae of spittlebugs?


Not an ID but...


Yes!


Flies


Chrysopid, or...


Hatchlings


Maybe even...


Beetle larva.


Lacewing larva


Yes, green lacewing eggs


Yes, it's a lacewing larva


Perhaps it is


thought it looked a little like a lacewing...


I don't dare - blind leading the blind


green


Lacewing


Mantispidae


Larva.


rather a larva -- of a lacewing


Lacewing larva


Yes, Lacewing larva


Looks similar


green lacewing


The proving details:


good eye !


Lacewing larva.


Tom,


I agree


Lace bug


Interesting!


Now I finally know what those little debris-balls are!


Green lacewing larva


Yes.


#175042 Identification - Nothochrysa californica


#178993 Identification - not clearly Chrysopidae from image


Neuroptera: Nemopteridae: Nemopterinae


Nice one, L!


Not that I am an expert...


Bagworm more likely.


Can't see enough to ID...


Yes


Not Lacewing....


Re Splitting


Good idea


Thanks Jeff!


Thanks Eric!


Scymnus.


Lacewing


Mantispidae - Mantidflies It


Brown Lacewing


I think you are right. I look


Lacewing?


Psocoptera is news to me!


Chrysopidae


I can't make out any features here,


I have no experience with either, but...


Looks like...


Very nice


Brown lacewing


A Lacewing Larva!!


Lacewing, I believe


Lacewings are difficult anyway


After a bit more consideratio


Several images


I don't think so


Oh, are you in for a treat!


Correct, lacewing.


Larva?


image relocation


So the Lacewing eggs are unrelated to this egg case?


...


I believe that is a


How about a


Certain?


Thanks David for the reply!!


Two... --- No Three!


Lacewing


Green Lacewing


Termites--I suppose


My best guess is a beaded lac


Lacewing eggs, I believe


Good description!


eggs


Lacewing?


Check out the lacewing larvae


Ah, yes,


Some of the lacewing larvae do this


Lacewing larva


Lacewing larva


Looks like a lacewing larva


Lacewing larva, I think.


Looks vaguely familiar


First insect.


Brad,


Green Lacewing.


Lacewing


Berothid


Your ID is correct!


I can see how this looks like


It's a green lacewing larva


Green lacewing larva.


Yellow aphids on milkweed are very common


Hard to say without seeing the menu, but...


Nice find


No need to fear, this is a La


Lacewings eh?


Cute.


Thanks Ron :-)


Long lurker likely lacewing larva


Yes.


Yes, it's the same.


Interesting -


Mite


Re: Lacewing


Looks like a lacewing


Thanks, Bobby


antlion


Ah ha


Lacewing larva?


Ok, after more digging, I thi


The jaws don't look quite big enough


...


Right Photo - Wrong Title


Green Lacewing


Looks like they are on stalks,


Brown Lacewing larva


...


Perhaps we have made our point and


Check out the lacewing larva


If the fuzzy thing was moving on the leaf


I just finished watching the first disc


Thanks


Ideas on this Brown Lacewing?


Ah! Great -


#62630 Identification -- Nallachius americanus (male)


#62631 Identification -- Nallachius americanus (male)


#12477 Identification -- Hemerobius stigma


#17180 Identification -- Hemerobius sp.


#12449 Identification -- Hemerobius sp.


#12450 Identification -- Hemerobius sp.


#9565 Identification -- Micromus posticus


#7935 Identification -- Micromus subanticus


#6409 Identification -- Micromus subanticus


#34862 Identification -- Micromus posticus


#36074 Identification -- Micromus posticus


#16197 Identification -- Micromus posticus


#29224 Identification -- Micromus sp.


#8980 Identification -- Wesmaelius sp.


#40151 Identification -- Hemerobius sp.


#8307 Identification -- Micromus posticus


#64118 Identification -- Hemerobius sp.


#44896 Identification


#39118 Identification -- Micromus posticus


#30985/30986 Identification


#30985/30986 Identification


#3608 Identification -- Micromus posticus


#11884 Identification


Good questions


so is it larva or nymph


These are so far back in the


A mystery solved


bugs


.


I'm sorry to harp on this


eggs


I agree - very nice!


Not quite - a lot bigger than a lacewing.


Green Lacewing larva,


A lucky hit on this one!


Green Lacewings


Green Lacewing


Green Lacewing


Owlfly Egg???


Chrysopa ventralis perhaps?


need further information


Lacewing larva


lacewing larva


Results from my Lacewing Larva Bite


Ditto, plus....


Thanks, Eric


Lacewing Larva


Nope, not an Antlion


Thank You Lynette


Description


I concur.


Looks more like a lacewing larva


After viewing


It might


Very cool!


Some other insect.


yes..


Maybe


lacewing


brown lacewing


Looks like..


Neuroptera.


It Took A While to find.....


5103591 brown lacewing


5103591


BugFair


sounds like


No


General id's


Lacewing larva


Lacewing larva


Eggs of Chrysopidae.


It looks like a species of la


"Green" Lacewing


Lacewing


Seen in Durham too


Thanks, Eric.


Nice shot!


Mantidfly


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