Chrysoperla agilis (predator)
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Chrysoperla agilis (predator) Henry et al., 2003
This species of lacewings is found in southern Europe and the Near East. An isolated population has been also discovered in Alaska (Henry et al. 2011). The larvae feed on aphids and scale insects, the adults on pollen. C. agilis is very similar morphologically to Chrysoperla carnea and C. pallida. It can be best distinguished by its unique song (Henry et al. 2003).