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Beneficial insects in the garden: Green Lacewing (Chrysoperla sp.

Green Lacewing

Natural Aphids Control With Green Lacewing Larvae.

Leppäkerttu on hyönteinen, joka on hidasliikkeinen ja sillä on kova kuori. Häirittyinä leppäkertut erittävät keltaista nestettä, joka maistuu ja haisee pahalta.

Our good and lucky bugs, the ones we learned to treat like gems and recite poetry to. "Ladybug, ladybug, fly away gone. Your house is on fire and your children are home." Did a ladybug ever land on you?

Lacewings prey on aphids. (C)Noah Bell, Bamboo Gardens

photo © Noah Bell, Bamboo Garden Lacewings are helpful because they prey on aphids.

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Welcome the Six-Spotted Tiger Beetle to Your Garden: This member of the ground-beetle family is considered a beneficial insect in the garden.

Brown Lacewing (Hemerobius sp.), from Santa Clara County, CA.  Photo by Kevin Hill, August 2009, Copyright © 2009 iNaturalist.

), from Santa Clara County, CA. Photo by Kevin Hill, August Copyright © 2009 iNaturalist.

Green lacewing (Chrysoperla spp.) eggs

More Info Eric Stafne, Mississippi State University Green lacewing (Chrysoperla spp.) eggs, larva and adult.

Lacewing larvae by Daniel Llavaneras

Lacewing larvae by Daniel Llavaneras