Chrysopidae


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It is there that chemist Kamal Chauhan isolated a catnip-oil compound that attracts lacewings of the insect family Chrysopidae.
Order Family Abundance Species Richness Acari Oripodidae 115 5 Diptera Chironomidae 61 12 Diptera Lauxaniidae 60 9 Diptera Dolichopodidae 53 13 Psocoptera Psocidae 25 6 Diptera Sciaridae 18 8 Hymenoptera Formicidae 16 4 Homoptera Coccidae 14 5 Homoptera Cicadellidae 11 5 Hymenoptera Braconidae 11 3 Diptera Chloropidae 10 6 Orthoptera Gryllidae 9 4 Neuroptera Chrysopidae 8 3 Psocoptera Pseudocaeciliidae 8 3 Coleoptera Coccinellidae 7 2 Table 3.
According to several authors (Diaz 1979; New 1979; Kierych 1984; Fergusson 1986; Ronquist 1999) Anacharitinae attack aphid-feeding larvae of Chrysopidae and Hemerobiidae (Neuroptera).
The Chrysopidae family (Insecta: Neuroptera) comprises species commonly known as "lacewings" or "chrysopids" and includes at least 1,200 species distributed worldwide, with 75 genera and 11 subgenera (Brooks & Barnard 1990).