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Eggs of green lacewings are affixed to hairlike stalks about a half-inch high, usually in a group on a leaf.
These include the larvae of ladybugs and lacewings, which will chow on plant-destroying aphids all day, and parasitic wasps, which will leave humans alone but take down caterpillars, beetles, and flies.
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