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Antlions Family Myrmeleontidae

Observer

speiden

Date

January 26, 2015 06:55 PM CST

Description

holes

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Hormigas león Family Myrmeleontidae

Date

October 22, 2014

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Hormigas león Family Myrmeleontidae

Date

October 6, 2014

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Hormigas león Family Myrmeleontidae

Date

September 23, 2014

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Hormigas león Family Myrmeleontidae

Date

July 22, 2014

Place

Torreòn (Google, OSM)

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Barber's Brown Lacewing Sympherobius barberi

Observer

finatic

Date

January 22, 2015 08:00 PM PST

Description

San Diego County, California, US

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Brown Lacewings Family Hemerobiidae

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juliebwalters

Date

January 21, 2015 07:15 PM PST

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Hormigas león Family Myrmeleontidae

Date

June 27, 2014

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Hormigas león Family Myrmeleontidae

Date

July 21, 2014

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May 16, 2014

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Antlions Family Myrmeleontidae

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johnnybirder

Date

January 13, 2015 09:51 PM SAST

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marcosmillan

Date

November 12, 2014

Place

chetumal (Google, OSM)

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Hormigas león Family Myrmeleontidae

Date

the past

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Hormigas león Family Myrmeleontidae

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the past

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Hormigas león Family Myrmeleontidae

Date

September 28, 2010

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Tasmanian Lacewing Micromus tasmaniae

Observer

tony_wills

Date

January 6, 2015 05:42 PM NZDT

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Green Lacewings Family Chrysopidae

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magazhu

Date

January 6, 2015

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Green Lacewings Family Chrysopidae

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magazhu

Date

January 5, 2015

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Antlions, Lacewings and Allies Order Neuroptera

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mike68lusk

Date

January 4, 2015

Description

In stream bed

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Wasp Mantidfly Climaciella brunnea

Observer

scottking

Date

July 4, 2014 05:47 PM CDT

Description

Wasp Mantidfly
St Olaf Natural Lands
Northfield, Minnesota

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jakob

Date

December 7, 2014

Description

Attracted to light

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scottking

Date

July 13, 2014 03:05 PM CDT

Description

Yellow Antlion (female)
Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge
Battle Brook Canoe Access
Zimmerman, Minnesota

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jakob

Date

December 3, 2014

Description

Caught at dawn with mist net set for bats.

Note the eyes that are differentiated into 2 parts, which is characteristic for owl flies.

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marcello

Date

July 10, 2013 05:53 PM CEST

Description

Chrysopidae eggs

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Zygophlebius Order Neuroptera

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jakob

Date

November 27, 2014

Description

Attracted to light.

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Green Lacewings Family Chrysopidae

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tommyswift

Date

June 19, 2014 02:22 PM HKT

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Wasp Mantidfly Climaciella brunnea

Observer

scottking

Date

July 30, 2014 09:17 AM CDT

Description

Wasp Mantidfly
Norris Camp
Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota

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What

Mantispa Family Mantispidae

Observer

th0th

Date

December 26, 2014

Description

Found as an ectoparasite of a Tengellidae spider. Length 1 mm.

Interesting Reference noted in BugGuide:
Annu Rev Entomol. 1998;43:175-94. Biology of the Mantispidae.
Redborg KE.

"Members of the Neuropteran family Mantispidae, subfamily Mantispinae, are predators in the egg sacs of spiders, draining egg contents through a piercing/sucking tube formed by modified mandibles and maxillae. First-instar mantispids use two strategies to locate spider eggs: Larvae may burrow directly through the silk of egg sacs they find, or they may board and be carried by female spiders prior to sac production, entering the sac as it is being constructed. Mantispids that board spiders usually adopt positions on or near the pedicel; some species may enter the spider's book lungs. Larvae maintain themselves aboard spiders by feeding on spider blood . Transfers of larvae from spider to spider are possible during spider mating or cannibalism. All of the
major groups of hunting spiders are attacked by spider-boarding mantispids; the egg sacs of web-building species are also entered by egg-sac penetrators".

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enricoschifani

Date

August 29, 2012

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Lacewing eggs Order Neuroptera

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stephanieboyd

Date

December 25, 2014 10:04 AM CST

Place

(Somewhere...)