The Common Green Lacewing (Chrysoperia carnea) is an insect in the Chrysopidae family of lacewings.
The Common Green Lacewing is pale green with long, threadlike antennae and compound eyes. It turns yellowish-brown in winter. The wings are delicate and veined (membranous), which makes them look like lace. The wings are also translucent (see through) with a slight iridescent sheen.Continue reading “Common Green Lacewing”