Insect Identification
Insect Identification

Antlions and Lacewings

Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 12/19/2015

Larvae forms of Antlions and Lacewings have no wings, unlike their adult forms which do.





There are a total of (5) Antlions and Lacewings in the Insect Identification database. Entries are listed below in alphabetical order.



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Antlion
Antlions get their name from the lion-sized appetites of their larvae. Known as Doodlebugs, the sma... [Read More]
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Antlion
The harmless adult Antlion is hard to miss. This species is the biggest of all North American Antli... [Read More]
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Antlion
Antlions get their name thanks to the diet of their larvae. A small Antlion larva is also known an ... [Read More]
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Green Mantisfly
Adults Green Mantisflies eat insects and use their front pair of legs to capture a meal. Like a Pra... [Read More]
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Spotted-Winged Antlion
Antlions are not damselflies nor dragonflies though some think they resemble them. Antlions are thei... [Read More]