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tiny larva - Nymphomyia

tiny larva - Nymphomyia
Nr. Otto; Coweeta Hydrologic Lab; 35°03.2N, 83°24.15W, Macon County, North Carolina, USA
November 11, 2007
Size: 1.8 mm
Collected by Dr. G. W. Courtney. To collect these flies, you must wash submerged mossy rocks with water. They are only found in pristine, wet montane environments.
Image taken using Dr. Andy Deans's EntoVision imaging system at the NC State Insect Museum.

Moved from Nymphomyiidae.

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