I used wing venation to rule out Leptomantispa pulchella according to Aaron Schusteff's comment under this photo:
Nice adult antlion at the door!
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
The insect order Neuroptera, or net-winged insects, includes the lacewings, mantidflies, antlions, and their relatives. The order contains about 6,000 species. The group was once known as Planipennia, and at that time also included alderflies, fishflies, dobsonflies and snakeflies, but these are now generally considered to be separate orders (the Megaloptera and Raphidioptera). Sometimes the name Neuropterida is used to refer to these three orders as a group. This is either placed at superorder rank, with...