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Photo#334975
Red-headed Pine Sawfly - Neodiprion lecontei

Red-headed Pine Sawfly - Neodiprion lecontei
Bear, New Castle County, Delaware, USA
July 3, 2009
Size: ~ 14 mm
These larvae are from the same Red Pine and the same group as Photo#312643 and Photo#312644. I watched them grow from 4 mm to 14 mm and shortly after this photo was taken they all disappeared. I am hoping to find out what they turn into.

Moved
Moved from Unidentified Sawfly Larvae. Thank you Dave!

Diprionidae
Neodiprion lecontei. The redheaded pine sawfly.

Moved
Moved from Ants, Bees, Wasps and Sawflies. I think Diprionidae is safe to say, but I'm no expert. It occurs to me that these could be red-headed pine sawflies

...I hope Dave Smith will comment.

 
I was thinking the same
I saw Tom Murry's Red-headed Pine Sawfly and these match pretty well but my photo is out of focus towards the bottom so I didn't want to rush to an ID because of it.

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