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Spoonwing / Thread-winged antlion (Nemoptera bipennis) on flower Featured Neuroptera Image

Spoonwing / Thread-winged antlion (Nemoptera bipennis) on flower

Spoonwing / Thread-winged antlion (Nemoptera bipennis) on flower, Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, southern Spain. June

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Pits of Ant lions (Hagenomyia micans) Featured Neuroptera Image

Pits of Ant lions (Hagenomyia micans)

Pits of Ant lions (Hagenomyia micans), created by larvae. The great competition for prey here is leavened by the fact that the larvae can survive up to 55 days without food. Japan

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Concavenator corcovatus searching for prey on the shore of a lake Featured Neuroptera Image

Concavenator corcovatus searching for prey on the shore of a lake

Concavenator corcovatus searching for prey on the shore of a lake at the konservat lagerstatten preserve of Las Hoyas, Spain. In the foreground, other fossils founded in this fossilsite: Scandensia ciervensis (an arboreal reptile), Allopterus mayorgai (Neuroptera), and a Cupedid Coleoptera. Barremian Stage, Early Cretaceous Period

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