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Genus Sympherobius

Sympherobius amiculus or barberi - Sympherobius Brown Lacewing - Sympherobius Brown lacewing - Sympherobius Brown lacewing ? - Sympherobius Brown Lacewing - Sympherobius amiculus Small, round wings, translucent, long antennae - Sympherobius brown lacewing - Sympherobius brown lacewing - Sympherobius occidentalis
Classification
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)
Genus Sympherobius
Explanation of Names
Sympherobius Banks 1904
Numbers
17 spp. in our area (all in the US, 4 in Canada)(1), ~60 total(2)
Identification
Similar to Hemerobius; forewing with four or fewer outer gradate veins(3)
Range
worldwide(2); across NA north to so. Canada; most spp. western (esp. diverse in sw. US), 2 spp. transcontinental(1)
Remarks
our only representative of the subfamily Sympherobiinae Comstock 1918, that contains 3 genera