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Diptera larvae

Diptera larvae
Horner Park, Richmond Hill (N43º52'20.2"W079º24'45.6"elev.199m), York Region, Ontario, Canada
June 5, 2008
Size: 8 mm
Found in a piece of fresh Dryad Saddle (Polyporus squamosus). They remind me of diptera larvae, but I have no clue of what kind. Unfortunately, I don't think any of them survived.

Moved from Fungus Gnats.


Moved from Flies.

As a Diptera larva, this would be Nematocera due to the prominent head.

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