Examples from the Web for neuropterous
In the majority of Neuropterous larv, they almost precisely resemble those of the perfect insect.
Dragon-fly, the common name of members of a family (Odonata or Libellulid) of neuropterous insects.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
You will find no other than true legs in most Coleopterous, Neuropterous, and Hymenopterous larv.
Wing of a neuropterous insect, from the Lower Lias, Gloucestershire.A Manual of Elementary Geology|Charles Lyell.
Insects appear well developed, including both orthopterous and neuropterous forms, in the New Brunswick rocks.