A butterfly-like creature with long, decorative, appendages emanating from a point near the base of the wings.
No interactions present.
Nemoptera are members of a group of predatory insects called Ascalaphids which are related to ant-lions and do not occur in the UK.
The adults catch other insects in flight, the larvae live amonst debris and stones and ambush other insects.
Lat/Lng: 36.228, 29.502
On the Teke Penisula, Turkey: seen at several locations along the Lycian Way, in maquis type vegetation, on limestone, in mountainous terrain