Some larvae and adults from the Osmylidae family.
Osmylids are net-winged insects, like Antlions and those little Green Lacewings you’ve probably seen attracted to your lights at night.
The larvae are often found right next to streams, where they use their long, needley mandibles to suck out the innards of prey.
Most of them grow up to be small and brown. A few, like Australia’s Pied Lacewing, become pretty redheads.
Images: Kristi/Shaun Winterton