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Eggs on Stalks?

The eggs of a Green Lacewing.
BlueRidgeKitties [CC BY-NC-SA 2.0] via Flickr
The eggs of a Green Lacewing.

The eggs of the Green Lacewing are attached to stalks. Lacewing larvae are welcome in gardens because they eat aphids.

Rudy Mancke served as naturalist and co-host of South Carolina ETV's NatureScene, which began its long run in 1978. His field trips, broadcast nationwide, have earned him a legion of dedicated viewers. Rudy's knowledge of the complex inner-workings of different ecosystems and his great admiration for the natural world make him the perfect guide. In fact, the National Wildlife Federation and the Garden Club of America honored his commitment to resource conservation with special awards. Since retiring from SCETV, Rudy has gone on to teach at the University of South Carolina, Columbia.