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Larva, Neohermes filicornis? - Neohermes filicornis

Larva, Neohermes filicornis? - Neohermes filicornis
Mount Lemmon, Pima County, Arizona, USA
April 2, 2023
Size: 30 mm
Molino Canyon Vista
Coordinates: 32.327311, -110.699532
Elevation: 4,119 ft
Found in a creek by disturbing rocks immediately upstream of an aquatic D-net
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Moved

Confirmed by
Dr. Matthew R. Cover, Professor of Ecology, Department of Biological Sciences, California State University.
Matthew R. Cover, Jeong Ho Seo, and Vincent H. Resh. 2015. "Life History, Burrowing Behavior, and Distribution of Neohermes filicornis (Megaloptera: Corydalidae), a Long-Lived Aquatic Insect in Intermittent Streams," Western North American Naturalist 75(4), 474-490, https://doi.org/10.3398/064.075.0405

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