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Chrysopidae (Green Lacewings)
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2 thoughts on “Net-Winged Insects”
I have an image of a lacewing insect that looks very forbidding. Sharp pincers and about 4 inches long. How can I send an image to you??
The link my Flickr website should bring you into the image of the insect.
Awesome! That’s a dobsonfly in the family Corydalidae. I believe it is Corydalus cornutus specifically, and this is a female. They can give you a pretty good pinch if you pick them up!