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Larva ID

Larva ID
Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA
November 24, 2009
Size: ~6-7mm
Found after splitting open decaying pine log. This larva leaves a slime trail similar to a slug. Nice stripe pattern in this dorsal image.

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Moved from Bibionomorpha.

Very pretty Keroplatidae
possibly in genus Keroplatus


Moved from ID Request.

Not an ID
but here is something a little close (?)

But I wonder what Anisopodidae (Wood Gnats) look like?

Very Close
Keroplatus Larva already in BG show no dorsal striping though.

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