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What is this Root-looking insect? - Camptonotus carolinensis - female

What is this Root-looking insect? - Camptonotus carolinensis - Female
Cary, Wake County, North Carolina, USA
September 29, 2014
Size: 1 inch
Found next to White Oak path in Cary NC. by my 4 year old on a rainy day by the stream. I thought it was a grass root - which I think was this bug's plan.

a female Carolina leaf-roller infected with a fungus
Moved from ID Request.


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