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OWLFLIES Family Ascalaphidae Identification: Large insects resembling dragonflies but with antennae nearly or quite as long as body. Cell behind fusion point of Sc and Ri is short.

Owlfiies are fairly common in the South and Southwest, relatively rare in the North. Larvae are similar to those of the Myrmeleontidae but do not dig pits; they lie in wait for their

Front wing of Green Lacewing

Hemerobius

Front wing of Brown Lacewing

Front wing of Green Lacewing

Hemerobius

Front wing of Brown Lacewing

Front wing of Spongillafly

Wing tip of Owlfly

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