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Brown Lacewing in Nova Scotia - Hemerobius humulinus

Brown Lacewing in Nova Scotia - Hemerobius humulinus
Clam Point, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia, Canada
August 20, 2020
Possibly Hemerobius humilinus Humulin's Brown Lacewing?

why "Humulin's"? what does it mean?
Moved from Brown Lacewings.

 
Brown Lacewing in Nova Scotia
Searching iNaturaist Humulin's is the English name for the species, so Humulin's Brown Lacewing.

 
thanks... common names are so endlessly confusing...
does this imply that the specific epithet is a patronym???

looks like this name is not used anywhere outside that website, i suspect it's been made up on the spot by a non-expert

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Moved from ID Request.

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