Hangingfly



[hang-ing-flahy] /ˈhæŋ ɪŋˌflaɪ/

noun, plural hangingflies.
1.
a small, long-legged scorpionfly of the family Bittacidae, resembling the but having four wings rather than two and from leaves or twigs by the front or middle legs while using the hind legs to seize prey, mostly small .

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