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Subject: Colorful Lacewing
Location: 1045m above sea level in Kundasang, Sabah, Malaysia.
August 11, 2012 4:37 am
Hello Mr Bugman.
I have brought another challenge for you. This is a strange lacewing that I have found almost 3 years ago but until now I have not been able to identify it yet. More about this lacewing in http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/12573523
Dysochrysa furcata on Google image shows a similar species, could that be it ? Similar one photographed in Singapore too. http://peacockroyal.blogspot.com/2009/08/nbgy-is-still-safe-punggol.html
I will be waiting for your identification. Thanks in advance.
Signature: C.X. Wong

Lacewing

Hi C.X. Wong,
This really is a beautiful Lacewing.  We cannot verify its identification at this time, but we are posting your photo so that our readership can appreciate the diversity of Lacewings in Malaysia.

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2 Responses to Lacewing from Malaysia

  1. Chun Xing says:

    Italochrysa species.

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