Small white larva covered with detritus.
No interactions present.
How is this distingusihed from the larvae of brown lacewings Hemerobiidae?
My only reference for Lacewings is Chinery's Collins Complete Guide, and that implies that brown Lacewing larvae do not disguise themselves this way. Though it's not clearly stated; do I take it that the Hemerobiidae do this too?
they are sometimes called 'trash bugs' because of it.
There's more information on separating brown and green lacewing larvae in the comments on http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/243858
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