The pleasing lacewings, Dilaridae, are a family of winged insects of the order Neuroptera. They were formerly placed in the superfamily Hemerobioidea. But it seems that the Dilaridae are a rather basal member of the Mantispoidea, which includes among others the mantidflies (Mantispidae), whose peculiar apomorphies belie that their relationship to the pleasing lacewings is apparently not at all distant.

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  • The pleasing lacewings, Dilaridae, are a family of winged insects of the order Neuroptera. They were formerly placed in the superfamily Hemerobioidea. But it seems that the Dilaridae are a rather basal member of the Mantispoidea, which includes among others the mantidflies (Mantispidae), whose peculiar apomorphies belie that their relationship to the pleasing lacewings is apparently not at all distant. (en)
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  • Dilaridae
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  • The pleasing lacewings, Dilaridae, are a family of winged insects of the order Neuroptera. They were formerly placed in the superfamily Hemerobioidea. But it seems that the Dilaridae are a rather basal member of the Mantispoidea, which includes among others the mantidflies (Mantispidae), whose peculiar apomorphies belie that their relationship to the pleasing lacewings is apparently not at all distant. (en)
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  • Dilaridae (en)
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  • Pleasing lacewings (en)
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