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Photo#262583
Unknown larva - Agabus

Unknown larva - Agabus
Buffalo Creek, Jefferson County, Colorado, USA
March 25, 2009
Size: 13mm
Unknown cluster on leg of dytiscid. Caddisflies from this location were likewise coated with these tiny clusters. Mite larvae?

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Not mite eggs
Those are epizootic suctorian ciliates. They are a really cool group of organisms with surprisingly thorough natural history information available. Cool post!

Moved
Moved from Agabus.

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