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Photo#382122
Unknown bug.

Unknown bug.
Porter County, Indiana, USA
April 4, 2010
Size: Less than 1mm.
Millions of these bugs at the edge of my driveway.

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Hypogastruridae ...
are famous for their mass aggregations. They will disappear as sudden as they pop-up.

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Moved from ID Request.

They are springtails of Class Collembola
You can check them out here: http://bugguide.net/node/view/258362/bgpage
They aren't dangerous and can been seen in large congregations like this. Someone more familiar with them can probably tell you more.

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