Tingidae (lacebugs; order Hemiptera, suborder Heteroptera) Family of plant-feeding bugs in which the pronotum and fore wings are covered with raised reticulations, often forming fantastic and intricate shapes. Some species cause galls to form on their host plants. They are found throughout the world.
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