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Photo#731899
Green Lacewing - Chrysopodes collaris

Green Lacewing - Chrysopodes collaris
Victoria, Victoria County, Texas, USA
December 18, 2012
Long antennae.
Attracted to light. Photos taken during night time using flash.

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Moved from Chrysoperla.

Tentative Chrysopodes collaris
The second photo seems to show reddish markings across the clypeus, which would be suggestive of Chrysopodes collaris.

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Moved from Green Lacewings.

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I added a picture where you can see the antennae fully. I do not know how useful it is.
Insect body can see better if the antennae are cropped out.
But if we put pictures full length of antennae and cropped, may be too many photos.
How is it better?

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