Small predatory larva
Hemerobius humulinus. Rock Creek Park, Washington, DC, USA.
Hemerobius vs Micromus
MV/BLF Rig - Attracted to Mercury Vapor/Blacklight Fluorescent LEG: rn3|rjnjr - Nocturnal - Livermore Ranch - on loan to Sam Houston State Natural History Collections - Expedition 2016 - Davis Mountains - Photography by Robert J. Nuelle, Jr.
(8447) insect -larva on top of slater
Field Notes - Here is another Lacewing found also in Cowells Lane reserve. Length 10mm, pale brown with black dots on its wings. I think it's a genus Micromus sp with common name Brown Lacewing of the Hemerobiidae family. I found it on an Allocasuarina tree.
Hemerobiidae is a family of Neuropteran insects commonly known as brown lacewings. These insects differ from the somewhat similar Chrysopidae (green lacewings) not only by the usual colouring but by the wing venation: hemerobiids having numerous long veins lacking in chrysopids. Some of the costal cross veins are forked, unlike in green lacewings. Imagines of subfamily Drepanepteryginae mimic dead leaves. Hemerobiid larvae are usually less hairy than chrysopid larvae.