Antlion Lacewing.

Antlion pits were very numerous this summer, until two brief but violent thunderstorms virtually wiped them out. The adult lacewings are frequent visitors to the moth light and, despite the toll taken by the storms, two came in recently, a small Myrmeleon species that soon departed, and an impressive Heoclisis fundata, aka Hairy Antlion. It fluttered around on the concrete until being carefully transferred to the sheet where it was happy to perch.

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