Uknown insect

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Uknown insect

Post by microcollector »

An unknown insect on a faded iris flower.
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Post by salden »

Looks like a Green Lacewing. They have delicate wings, or at least they look delicate.
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Post by beetleman »

Very nice lacewing Doug. Over all the picture is nice but the flower is somewhat hot IMO.
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Have to agree with Doug, it does look as though the lacewing is climbing up K5. Look at the snow! :o Not to make lite of your photograph, it is quite nice. I blow highlights all the time it seems. :-k :D

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