…is a species of Ascalaphine (Split-eyed) owlfly which occurs throughout parts of Europe and Asia. Like other owlflies L. macaronius is an insectivore and will feed on a variety of flying insects. L. macaronius larvae, on the other hand, are antlion-like ambush predators.
Lo! Oh humble insects!
Tell us of magical vistas you have climbed to and of the dragon monsters you have so bravely faced!
Let us share from a milli of fresh aphid ale and share the tales of our journeys!
Brace your elves.