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Lint Ball-Like Insect?

Lint Ball-Like Insect?
Durham, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
June 13, 2010
Size: approx. 1/8 in.
(Top view.) This insect looks like a small lint ball from above. Has pincer-like mouth parts. Found it crawling up the outside of our bathroom shower.

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Lint Ball-Like Insect? Lint Ball-Like Insect? Lint Ball-Like Insect?

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Moved from ID Request.

Have a look here

 
Thanks
Thanks, John. I'm familiar with the adult lacewing, but had never seen the larvae.

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