ANTLION LACEWING FACTS
Glenoleon falsus is a black-bodied lacewing with two pairs of long narrow transparent wings with black veins. The wings are longer than the abdomen with a dark patches near the wing tips. They have typical antlion clubbed antennae.
The female antlion lays eggs in the groundwhich hatch into larvae called antlions. The antlion larva is a predator with broad abdomen, slender thorax and flattened head with long caurved pincer jaws with sharp tooth like projections on the inside edge for catching prey. Glenoleon antlion larvae build sand traps on ground.
|Common Name:||Antlion Lacewing|