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Species Hemerobius stigma

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Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Neuroptera (Antlions, Owlflies, Lacewings, Mantidflies and Allies)
Suborder Hemerobiiformia (Lacewings, Mantidflies and Allies)
Family Hemerobiidae (Brown Lacewings)
Subfamily Hemerobiinae
Genus Hemerobius
Species stigma (Hemerobius stigma)
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Hemerobius stigma Stephens, 1835. Synonyms:
Hemerobius stigmaterus
5-8 mm
Holarctic. Widespread in North America.
Often associated with conifers.
Listed March-April, September, for North Carolina by Brimley (1).
Print References
Brimley, p. 29, Hemerobius stigmaterus (1)
Withycombe, C. L. 1922 [1922.??.??]. The life-history of Hemerobius stigma, Steph. Entomologist 55:97-99.
Internet References
Cornell University--discusses life cycle
Works Cited
1.Insects of North Carolina
C.S. Brimley. 1938. North Carolina Department of Agriculture.