Chrysoperla carnea is a common lacewing which is deployed against aphids and to a lesser extent against other pest insects such as whitefly, thrips and butterflies (eggs). Adults are 12 to 20 mm long, have a slim body, are green and have long antennae and large, finely veined wings.
The eggs are oval and green in colour. The larvae are grey-brown in colour and have large protruding jaws. They are usually found in aphid colonies. The pupae are in a white, round hairy cocoon.
Packaging: 500 ml bottle
Contents: 1.000 larvae