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Spanworm Larva

Spanworm Larva
Fort Bragg, Cumberland County, North Carolina, USA
May 14, 2004
Pretty sure this is the right section.

The large eared ridge looks like it is on A4
There are smaller ridges on A3 and A5, just as in the image on pg 150 - at least that's what we think we are seeing???

We're thinking Eutrapela clemataria
See page 150 here

It does appear to have the ridge
around the neck, I'm not so sure about the bumps in the center. This one almost appears to have bumps on multiple segments?

with three tachinid fly eggs
with three tachinid fly eggs

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