Pale-green body; transparent, net-veined wings longer than the body; glossy, golden eyes; long antennae.
Weak flier. Communicates by surface vibrations. Females lay eggs on the undersides of leaves.
Adults feed on honeydew, nectar, pollen, and some species are predators. Larvae feed on insects and their eggs. They are known as aphid lions for their ferocious appetite for aphids.
Common in grassy and wooded areas in western Jordan.