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Unkown larvae - Tabanus

Unkown larvae - Tabanus
Houston, Texas, USA
June 1, 2001
Size: 1.5-2inches

Moved from Tabanus.

oops forgot to say it was see
oops forgot to say it was seen after tropical storm allison hit, it was worming away in the water.

Fly larva.
This is probably the larva of a horse fly, family Tabanidae, but do solicit additional opinions:-)

Actually a Tabanus sp. Moved to genus page

huh i do see the resimblance
huh i do see the resimblance now, i am no bug expert, i was just very curious because i couldnt figure out what it was, and my dad and me keep stuff documented of what we see in our yard, because we live right next to a marshy/forest area.

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