Common green lacewing, Chrysoperla carnea eating thrips

Lacewings come supplied as either eggs, larvae or adults. Adults will travel around to find aphid populations, but larvae are the only predatory form of this species. Further, while aphids are their main target, they will also attack other soft-bodied insects (e.g. moths, scale, thrips, mealybugs, etc.). Because larvae are fierce predators, they may begin to cannibalize when packaged in close proximity to each other. If larvae are purchased in bottle form, they must be distributed immediately upon receipt. 

Green lacewing goes after aphids, mites, thrips, moths, and other soft bodied insects