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Discover the fascinating world of lacewings with interesting facts and information. Learn about their behavior, lifecycle, and the important role they play in the ecosystem. Explore stunning photos and find out how you can attract lacewings to your garden.
LACEWINGS -beneficial bug larvae pics | Beneficial Insects: Lacewings Insect Eggs, Beneficial Bugs, Bug Off, Lady Beetle, Larvae, Aphids, Garden Pests, Invertebrates, Permaculture

Lacewing Larva Eating a Caterpillar http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/Insects/Green%20Lacewing/greenlacel.jpg Lacewings Latin Name: Family Chrysopidae. (Over 85 genera and 2,000 species in the world.) Lacewing Larva Eating an Aphid http://rinconvitova.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/chrysoperla-carnea-larva-eat-aphid-baretouch.jpg?w=500&h=302 Why are they beneficial? Larvae feed on soft-bodied pests, mealy bugs, scale, spider mites, thrips, caterpillars, whitefly, leafhoppers, and pest…

Gwen Fisher
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'Bees, Bugs & Butterflies' (Leaping Hare Press), published in association with the Soil Association & Friends of the Earth, shines the spotlight on nature's heroes and helpers - including the little known lacewing.

Tonette DeGioia