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Neuroptera the order of ENDOPTERYGOTE insects containing the alderflies and lacewings, possessing two pairs of similar, membranous wings.
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are commonly attacked by a very diverse guild of parasitoids in the field (Feener & Brown 1997; Matsura et al.
The term 'pectinate fusion' refers to a case involving the successive pectinate emergence of branches of a vein fused with another, the former lacking a distinct main stem (documented in neuropterans
, see Shi et al.
Semi-aquatic insects and other groups living around vegetation and water bodies include grasshoppers, crickets, dragonflies, or neuropterans
, caddis fly larvae and some larvae of the beetle Coptoclavidae (for details see Ponomarenko & Martinez-Delclos 2000, Soriano et al.