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Brown lacewing

Drepanepteryx phalaenoides

Description:

As it is getting colder, increased number of interesting visitors appearing in our house. - An example: ~1,5 cm, leaf-mimic creature in the dining room.

Notes:

Thanks Arne for ID!

1 Species ID Suggestions

Brown lacewing
Drepanepteryx phalaenoides Drepanepteryx phalaenoides (Linnaeus, 1758)


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6 Comments

syzygy
syzygy 3 months ago

Many thanks for ID again, Arne!

syzygy
syzygy 3 months ago

And another week without success to identify... I have shown to other nature lovers, who also could dig up nothing...

Any other ideas, how should I search?
..
Or anyone an ID?... ( :

syzygy
syzygy 3 months ago

Another week has passed since I wrote to an entomologist guy from my old university, still the silence is deep...

Ending it will turn out, I have spotted a new species of treehoppers... ( :

syzygy
syzygy 3 months ago

Cool image search results, but no similar...) :

https://www.google.com/search?q=1%2C5+cm...

Thanks for the clue, also glad you like it!

syzygy
syzygy 3 months ago

Another day that ended with I fell asleep while searching for an ID.

Must be doing something wrong... Not a hopper? (Cicada? Moth? What?)

Please help! :P

syzygy
syzygy 3 months ago

Sorry being impatient, but after several desperate tries with various keywords I have given up search also worried, this spotting has been sinked and let forgotten meanwhile.

(hope it is not against board rules to "bump" a spotting for such reasons)

syzygy
Spotted by
syzygy

Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary

Spotted on Sep 30, 2020
Submitted on Sep 30, 2020

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