Lacewing Larvae

Colin  Ewington

Mitcham, Australia

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Lacewing larvae are predators of aphids and caterpillars and used against pests instead of chemical insecticides.
Green Lacewings lay their eggs singly on the end of long stalks, mainly to prevent the first to hatch eating all the other eggs.
These recently hatched larvae are close to 1 mm in length, not much bigger then the eggs.

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