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hi, would you say yours is the same as this one I observed which has been given a family only? Very blueish in flight:
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It depends what you observed - I louped this one in the field and what I saw in so far as possible led me to conclude on the confidence for the reasons below The differential feature is the pale spot between the eyes - which is roundish in C. perla and more oval in C. dorsalis Chrysopa dorsalis which is associated with Pine trees which are not present at the locality and is much rarer.The second antennal segment is black and it also has a black underside to its abdomen . I did nt get the eye shot as it was released and is tricky at the best of times unless you want voucher it They are superficially very similar but could not make a comparison without doing the same as above and examining the specimen to compare .
Probably make a good post to compare these features in a few common lacewings in one post next seasons list to do life permitting
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