Derry, New Hampshire, USA November 26, 2003 Size: 18mm
Although it strongly resembles the far more plentiful larvae of Pyro*chroidae in form and habitat, note the shorter head and caudal spines, as well as the configuration of the latter, which differs from that of Pyro*chroidae. ID supplied by Dr. Dan Young, U. of Wisconsin.
Contributed by Jim McClarin on 23 April, 2005 - 8:16pm Last updated 7 November, 2011 - 6:48pm
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