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Conwentzia psociformis - Larva  Coniopterygidae,Conwentzia,Conwentzia psociformis,Dustywing,Geotagged,Larva,Netherlands,Neuroptera Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

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  1. Dustywings, never heard of them. Which makes sense, first dustywing on the platform! Posted 6 months ago
    1. Nooo ... Christine uploaded a picture of an adult (imago), but without ID to species ...

      Dustywing - Family Coniopterygidae This tiny (2-3 mm long) insect was attracted to my moth light last summer. It was dingy-white/waxy with reddish eyes, and it held its wings tent-like.<br />
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Habitat: Rural area at night Coniopterygidae,Dustywing,Geotagged,Summer,United States,insect,neuroptera,waxy lacewing

      P.S. : Inspired by your enthusiasm, I've added another one, at least ID'd to genus ;o)

      Coniopteryx sp. Around 3mm - needs genitalia for proper ID to species ... Coniopterygidae,Coniopteryx,Dustywing,Neuroptera,Wax-fly
      Posted 6 months ago, modified 6 months ago
      1. I shall declare it a tie then, both are equally awesome contributions. Posted 6 months ago
        1. Wow, awesome job with the ID, Arp! Posted 6 months ago

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Conwentzia psociformis is a species of "Dustywing" (Coniopterygidae) living on broad leaved trees and shrubs in large parts of western Europe.

Similar species: Net-winged Insects
Species identified by Pudding4brains
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By Pudding4brains

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Uploaded Nov 7, 2019. Captured in Koekanger Dwarsdijk 42, 7958 SV Koekange, Netherlands.