Green Lacewing eggs - Order : Neuroptera . Family: Chrysopidae . Genus: Ceraeochrysa Species : smithi - Atenas, Costa Rica - Roberta Laidman Thomas Eisner describes these green lacewing eggs in his book : FOR LOVE OF INSECTS. The eggs are on stalks glued to a sliding glass window. The oil droplets on the stems repel ants and other predators . Their size from window to the outer reaches of each egg is about 3/32 of an inch.
Family Chrysopidae - Green Lacewings | Soft-bodied insects with copper-colored eyes, long thread-like antennae, and lacy wings. Most species are green, but some are brown, especially overwintering adults of certain species. Larvae are flat and elongated (alligator-like) with large jaws.
Green Lacewing grub (Chrysopidae) A few species of green lacewing larvae adorn themselves with tiny bits of debris, which apparently confer some protective camouflage or distateful value ! Note that among other things, the debris is composed of tiny insect exoskeletons . http://www.jeffpippen.com/naturephotos/greenlacewings.htm