Belongs within: Myrmeleontiformia. Butterflies before there were butterflies Published 21 November 2008 Lacewings are a remarkable group of insects. Though not an overly large order, they cover a wide diversity of forms, including large narrow-winged forms superficially not dissimilar to dragonflies, minute psocid-like taxa, species with large mantis-like raptorial forelimbs, and large broad-winged forms that… Continue reading Kalligrammatidae