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Kyra Ankenbruck and Ron Whitehurst drop moth eggs into the lacewing larvae units in the assembly room at Rincon Vitova Insectaries in Ventura, Calif., on Wednesday, October 17, 2008.  The eggs act as a food source during transit.  ?They?ll have enough food while en route to end users plus they will eat any other lacewing larvae in the cell.  The customer gets whoever wins.? Ankenbruck says with a smile.  Lacewing larvae are voracious predators resorting to cannibalism if there is no other prey.  (Photo by Bryce Yukio Adolphson, © 2008).
Kyra Ankenbruck and Ron Whitehurst drop moth eggs into the lacewing larvae units in the assembly room at Rincon Vitova Insectaries in Ventura, Calif., on Wednesday, October 17, 2008. The eggs act as a food source during transit. ?They?ll have enough food while en route to end users plus they will eat any other lacewing larvae in the cell. The customer gets whoever wins.? Ankenbruck says with a smile. Lacewing larvae are voracious predators resorting to cannibalism if there is no other...
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