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This year, in Kansas I am seeing a lot of Lace Wings that I haven't seen in about 25 yrs. Is there something that pertains to the Weather and Lace Wings (like a cold winter or wet winter)?. Timothy V Moskalew. Thanks.

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I have just googled your

I have just googled your question, and also saw your question on the first page of google.

It would appear to be the fruit of a good summer, and lots of food and hibernation conditons in your area.

The consensus on Google, amongst the other posts is that they are a very good natural pest controller. Nurture tham and you won't regret it in the Spring.


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