I report on three lacewings, a dusty wing, Parasemidalis fuscipennis, and two rare myrmeleontids, Myrmecaelurus spectabilis and Distoleon kabulensis, coming from Turkish lacewing fauna. Faunistic data and habitats are provided. Photographs of wings of two ant lions, drawings on male and female external and internal genitalia structure of Myrmecaelurus spectabilis and female genitalia of Distoleon kabulensis are illustrated with 9 figures. The distribution map with new recording sites is also given.
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