Where do lacewings live?
Lace wings acually live in liquids.
I once had one in my water and i screamed for my life and i have never drank eater since then!
Yes, lacewings and leafhoppers feed at night. Lacewings (Chrysopidae family) tend to be night-active during mature stages in their life cycles and natural histories since their wings are not strong enough to survive high-speed chases after prey or from predators. The body chemistry of leaf-hoppers (Cicadellidae family) suits nocturnal lifestyles of insects that, like moths, go for night-time's lit-up buildings and yards.
Bees, butterflies, green lacewings, ground beetles and lady beetles are five insects that would be found in a garden. Specifically, bees and butterflies enjoy a garden's nectar and pollen. Green lacewings and lady beetles favor preying upon aphids. Ground beetles prefer to control such ground pests as cutworms and root maggots.
Aphids, mealybugs and thrips in regard to pests and butterflies and lacewings in terms of beneficials are some of the other insects that ladybugs see throughout the day. Ladybugs flourish where arthropod pests are plentiful since the former constitute predators and the latter prey in feeding chains and food webs. Edibles, ornamentals and wildflowers tend to attract pollinators such as butterflies in their larval and mature stages and predators such as lacewings.