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Photo#364109
Green Lacewing life cycle - Chrysopa oculata

Green Lacewing life cycle - Chrysopa oculata
Richmond Hill, York Region, Ontario, Canada
July 20 - The beautiful adult Chrysopa oculata, ready to fly, feed, and search for a mate to continue the life cycle.

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#364109 Identification – Chrysopa oculata
ID. Nice artistic shot of the adult. Very nice life history series. Assuming that all are from the same groups of eggs, all can be transferred to Chrysopa oculata.

Thanks!
This was a wonderful insect, and the life cycle was so captivating to observe.

Wow!
I agree with Bob! Wonderful job on this! This image alone caught my attention, as it is absolutely beautiful! ...and upon clicking, I found the rest of this treasure. Kudos!

Wonderful Job!
I don't mormally pay much attention to non-moth subjects, but this was too good to pass up.

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