A Lacewing holds on tight to some dry grass in the garden outside where I work. I noticed this insect sitting in same spot for two days. Lacewings belong to an ancient order of insects, Neuroptera. Members of this order are diverse in behaviour and appearance, with wingless larvae that are very different from their delicately-winged adult forms. Sometimes people mistake these guys for dragonflies - however the long antennae help to distinguish that it is a Lacewing.