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red midge

red midge
Dummer, Coos County, New Hampshire, USA
March 24, 2009
Size: ~10mm larva

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Moved from Chironominae.

Moved from Midges.

Tanytarsini. Curved 1st anten
Tanytarsini. Curved 1st antennal segment is one characteristic of Tanytarsini. Double eyespots are a typical characteristic as well; I found that character very reliable when I used to ID chironomid larvae from East Tennessee.

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