Green Lacewing with Morning Dewdrops

Common Green Lacewing – Chrysoperia carnea, family Chrysopidae – are tiny insects of fame. Adults are beneficial predators in the garden as well as pollinators. Their young, in larval stage, are voracious pest control helpers. Larvae look a little like very tiny alligators (as do labybug larvae). One can find information on the web about how to encourage them into a garden, and how to help them overwinter. Thank you knowyourinsects.org for sharing the correct genus ID & posting this on your website.