Asked in Garden Insects, Taxonomy
What is the lacewings' scientific name?
Chrysopidae is the scientific name for lacewings. The name is that of the insect family that also may be called common lacewings green lacewings. It traces its origins back to the Greek words for "gold eye" or "gold face." ...
Asked in Dragonflies
Are lacewings in the same family as dragonflies and damselflies?
No, they're another order entirely. Dragonflies are part of order Odonata, lacewings are Neuroptera. Dragonflies have incomplete metamorphosis with a nymph and no pupa, lacewings have a larva and pupa stage. ^^ ...
Asked in Producers (food chain)
How animals classified according to the food they eat?
of animals according the food to eat of animals according the food to eat of animals according the food to eat ...
Asked in Animal Health, Zoology or Animal Biology
What is a name for animals who only eat other animals?
Carnivores are animals who eat other animals. Herbivores are animals who eat only plants. And Omnivores are animals who eat both plants and animals (most humans are omnivores). ...
Asked in Taxonomy
4 classification of animals according to the food they eat?
carnivore- animals that eat meat only herbivore- animals that eat plants omnivore- animals that eat both meat and plants predator - animals that eat their prey ...