Lacewing Eggs - Family Berothidae or Chrysopidae?
I found several of these egg clusters hanging from the rotting roof of a porch, where termites have been an issue. The eggs appear to be on the end of a single stalk, or perhaps a twisted stalk...There was also an egg that looked like it had been laid horizontally along the stalk. It's hard to tell, but it looks like the eggs have hatched, so rearing them out is not an option. I am seeking help to narrow down the ID.
Habitat: Laid on the rotting roof of a porch in a rural area
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