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Order Neuroptera - Antlions, Lacewings, and Allies

 
 
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The Neuroptera of North-Central Texas, with keys for the identification of species
By Roy C. Vogtsberger
Midwestern State University [Master's thesis], 1990

Neuroptera (Neuropterida)
By John D. Oswald, Atilano Contreras-Ramos, & Norman D. Penny
Biodiversidad, Taxonomía y Biogeografía de Artrópodos de México: hacia una síntesis de su conocimiento. Vol. 3: pp. 559-581, 2002
Oswald, J. D.; Contreras Ramos, A.; Penny, N. D. 2002. Neuroptera (Neuropterida). Pp. 559-581 in Bousquets, J. L.; Morrone, J. J. (eds.). Biodiversidad, Taxonomía y Biogeografía de Artrópodos de México: hacia una síntesis de su conocimiento. Vol. 3. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Distrito Federal, Mexico. x + 690 pp.

FULL TEXT (ResearchGate)

Phylogeny and evolution of Neuropterida: Where have wings of lace taken us?
By Engel M.S., Winterton S.L., Breitkreuz L.C.V.
Ann. Rev. Ent. 63: 531-551, 2018

A few new North American Neuroptera
By Banks N.
Psyche 42: 53–57, 1935

A guide to the lacewings (Neuroptera) of Costa Rica
By Norman D. Penny (author & editor), Kevin M. Hoffman, Martin Meinander, Victor J. Monserrat, Lionel A. Stange
Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences 53(12): 161-457, 2002
This is an excellent, relatively recent, and richly illustrated treatment of the order Neuroptera in Costa Rica. Although its geographic focus is outside our area, it can still be helpful for BugGuide users in various ways. It is fully accessible online at this link.

For convenient access, linked page numbers for family treatments and figures are given below:

  Family Ascalaphididae:   Text pp. 176-185 (Norm Penny),   Figures: pp. 293-299

Adults and larvae of two Leucochrysa (Leucochrysa) species: descriptions, biological notes, and relationships
By Catherine A. Tauber, Francisco Sosa, Gilberto S. Albuquerque & Maurice J. Tauber
Zootaxa 3750 (2): 101–129 , 2013
Full title: Adults and larvae of two Leucochrysa (Leucochrysa) species (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae): descriptions, biological notes, and relationships

DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.3750.2.1

Note: The section on L. insularis includes a link to images on BugGuide.

Confirming World-wide Distribution of an Agriculturally Important Lacewing, Chrysoperla zastrowi sillemi, …
By Zoe Mandese (under Charles S. Henrey and Chris Simon)
University of Connecticut, 2018
Confirming World-wide Distribution of an Agriculturally Important Lacewing, Chrysoperlazastrowi sillemi, using Songs, Morphology, Mitochondrial Gene Sequencing, and Phylogenetic Reconstruction

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Song Analysis Reveals a Permanent Population of the Mediterranean Lacewing Chrysoperla agilis (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) Living i
By Charles S. Henry, Stephen J. Brooks, James B. Johnson, Marta M. Wells, & Peter Duelli
Annals of the Entomological Society of America, Vol. 104, no. 4, pp. 649-657, 2011

 
 
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