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Any Ideas? - Agasicles hygrophila

Any Ideas? - Agasicles hygrophila
Cassellberry, Seminole County, Florida, USA
July 26, 2009
Size: 5mm
Found on Vegetation growing in the water at the edge of a small pond. Temp was about 91 degrees. Overcast. Only found one, no others in vacinity.

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Any Ideas? - Agasicles hygrophila Any Ideas? - Agasicles hygrophila

you're absolutely right, Jason -- good job!
thanks for setting me straight

Moved
Moved from Systena.

tentative: looks like Systena; perhaps new-to-BG species
we'll figure it out... eventually

Moved from ID Request.

 
I looked a little bit and fou
I looked a little bit and found this site. Scroll down to the third picture.

http://gaga.jes.mlc.edu.tw/new23/9402/a27.htm

It is in the guide already, but none like this one???

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