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Photo#256718
Lacewing eggs?

Lacewing eggs?
Creighton, Northern, Saskatchewan, Canada
July 2, 2008
Size: Tiny
Are these Lacewing eggs. They are super tiny and delicate looking. Any Ideas?

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Lacewing eggs? Lacewing eggs?

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amazing to see this!

 
I agree
I kind of lucked out on these as I was looking for spiders around the bird feeder, which is in the willows and I noticed these just kind of hanging there. My lucky day!

Moved
Moved from Green Lacewings.

#256718 Identification – Chrysopidae sp.
Identification confirmed. Move to eggs.

Lacewing eggs
Yes they are lacewing eggs!

 
And
green lacewing eggs (Chrysopidae), to be precise.

 
Has anyone witnessed...
... how these are laid? Just curious.

 
Stephen Luk has...

 
Thanks, Charley
Too bad there isn't a separate tab or pages for interesting behavior.

 
...
We can always add things like this to the guide pages. I just added a link here.

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