Lace wing eggs on t-post
While on an expedition to locate petroglyphs, believed to be at least 5000 years old, the XplorMor team was traveling through the jungle near Tucuti, Darien, Panama.
XplorMor got a photo of a camouflage insect... identity...?
Habitat: hardwood bottomland forest, 5mi E of the MS river near Memphis, TN.
NEU Chrysopidae Nodita
NEU Chrysopidae (Chrysopa oculata)
by Joshua Todd
Green lacewings are insects in the large family Chrysopidae of the order Neuroptera. There are about 85 genera and (differing between sources) 1,300–2,000 species in this widespread group. Members of the genera Chrysopa and Chrysoperla are very common in North America and Europe; they are very similar and many of their species have been moved from one genus to the other time and again, and in the non-scientific literature assignment to Chrysopa and Chrysoperla can rarely...