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As adult insects, the 2,000 or so named species in the ant lion family, the Myrmeleontidae, have mouths and often a touch of the nature-calendar prettiness of damselflies, with long, lacy wings.
Although most bee flies attack aculeate Hymenoptera, some species of Bombyliidae are found seeking for hosts over open, sandy ground environments, attacking orthopteran egg pods or larvae of Myrmeleontidae (Kits et al.
Neuroptera Myrmeleontidae Ascaloptynx appendiculance Coleoptera Agyrtidae Necrophilus pettiti Coleoptera Anobiidae Tricorynus sp.