Lacewing, Chrysopa vulgaris, on plant stem

Lacewing, Chrysopa vulgaris, on plant stem


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Lacewing. Macrophotograph of a green or common lacewing (Chrysopa vulgaris) on a plant stem. Lacewings are distinguished by their delicate, net-veined wings. They prey on smaller insects such as aphids and are most active at twilight, when they often congregate around lit windows. Some lacewings, known as "stink flies", release a putrid odour when touched.

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