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Wisconsin, July 10-12, 2015

Unknown Bug
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Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
No Taxon (BugGuide gatherings and events)
No Taxon Wisconsin, July 10-12, 2015
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Bug images from this gathering should be uploaded like normal but should include "gathering_2015" in the Remarks section or, less obtrusively, in the Identifier line. Note that these will not appear immediately in search results but will eventually as the search function picks them up. See bug images from gathering_2015.
Images of people, places, and non-bugs do not need this tag identifier since they will all be posted directly to Images tab of the page you are currently reading that is, this gathering page. (To add a picture of the Gathering, go there and then click "add image".)
The Farm and Loon Lake are in Barron County. The former cranberry bog, Apple River County Pk, and DD Kennedy Environmental Area are in Polk County.

Ann has asked that we all post our images even if they are of species already posted for the gathering. She would like to select out the best image(s) for each species for the trip and will frass the rest for us. You can see that we are posting images of moths even though Ann and Dory have already posted images of the same species. Thank you, Ann -- J&J