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By thepitchergrower
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By DragonsEye
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Hmm, hard for me to tell from the photo, but doesn't appear to be a moth. Looks more like a member for the lacewing family. Pity if that is the case. Lacewings are great aphid predators.
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DragonsEye wrote: Sun May 01, 2022 4:19 pm Hmm, hard for me to tell from the photo, but doesn't appear to be a moth. Looks more like a member for the lacewing family. Pity if that is the case. Lacewings are great aphid predators.
Too bad it was already dead when I found it... :?
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Update, it was in fact still alive, and I released it. Now, just hope it doesn't decided to go into the nearby oreophila pitcher.

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