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  • Re: Please help me identify this bug!

    I thought it maybe an ant-lion too Sheila, but I think I have narrowed it down to the Green Lacewing. If so, it is found in the Eastern USA Green Lacewing

    mulattokid 4 hours ago
  • Re: Please help me identify this bug!

    Yes, it's safe to say that that's a lacewing larva. I hope this helps! -Patrick Murray Lewisville, TX 75067 ... On Fri, 10/9/15, mulattokid@... [bugclub]

    pat_sarge_45 4 hours ago
  • Re: Please help me identify this bug!

    I think the lace wig nymph is closest based on pics from Google. I wish I had a better camera so I could take a picture of it. Thanks for your reply!

    cherylbueckert 4 hours ago
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This group is available for you to post questions about the study, rearing and identification of insects and other arthropods in association with the Amateur Entomologists' Society Bug Club. The Bug Club is for youngsters interested in insects and other minibeasts. Bug Clubbers receive a colourful and exciting magazine six times a year and a variety of other benefits.

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  • 1919
  • Zoology
  • Jul 23, 2000
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