The remains of lacewing in appearance resemble logroscino that is their camouflage.
Scientists from the University of Bonn found out that the insects are disguised as plants, sand and stones, not to become extraction of predators.
At the moment, experts are studying the role of the “invisibility cloak” that helps the insects to ensure their safety.
In the study, researchers examined samples of amber of the Cretaceous period, which preserved the remains of insects that lived 100 million years ago. Given this information, specialists were able to study their habitat. The aim of the researchers was the lacewing larva. The attack uses the insect mouthparts, and then lays eggs in the victim’s back.
The remains of lacewing in appearance resemble logroscino that is their camouflage. In the study, experts have studied 35 insects preserved in amber. For your own safety, lacewing harvested wood fiber, vegetation, dust, or shells of their victims, which provides them with camouflage. Insect larvae are secretive way of life, lying in wait prey.