This little guy literally landed on our door at night.
seen on a rose bush in garden. Looks like Chrysoperla plorabunda.
Found under porch light during National Moth Week, July 18-26, 2015
En Paco´s Reserva Natural de Flora y Fauna Silvestre
At porchlight this morning, feasting the remnants of the fauna at the light. Compare to BG: http://bugguide.net/node/view/71736/bgpage
Probably Clathroneuria schwarzi (thanks, Sam), but need to exhaust other options. Species desc and possible key at http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/2797735
The insect appears like a dragonfly however, it has a pair of long black coloured antennae with club shape at the end of it.
Wings are transperant. Eyes are distinctly big in size.
Honey coloured abdomen portion set upside.
Not very active.
This just fell out of an envelope of papers in an archive I am cataloging at work (it is pressed flat and very very dead). The last time these items were handled was likely in London sometime last year; the papers themselves are from England (or possibly the South of France) and are from between about 1950-1990.
Needless to say, I am not sure how to map this observation.