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Lara avara

Lara avara
Scott Creek, Coquitlam, Lower Mainland, British Columbia, Canada
January 6, 2010
Size: 13 mm
Sifted from submerged creek debris; >1000 ft. elevation; larvae of this genus are very distinctive- large size, dorsoventrally flattened, dark color and 2 pairs of ridges on each expanded body segment.

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