Threadwinged lagewings

ihe forewings of these species arc usually large and patterned, whereas the hindwings are either long and slender, with rounded ends, or long and threadlike. • life Cyclic Kggs are laid on the ground, in dry soil or sand under rock outcrops and cave entrances. I he develop in situ, and pupation occurs in a silk cocoon • Occurrence: in subtropical and tropical areas worldwide except North America. On soil or sandy ground.

Lakvak of some species have very elongated necks.

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Family NKMOPTERIDAE

Lakvak of some species have very elongated necks.

NKMOPTKRA St Nil ATA is native to southern Kurope. It has brown forewing markings and brown bands at the end of its hindwings.

Wingspan (2-8cm)

Larval feeding habits

0rder NEUROPTKRA

Family QsmyUDAK

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