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Marchflyhead Midge - Bibiocephala grandis

Marchflyhead Midge - Bibiocephala grandis
South Park , Park County, Colorado, USA
March 30, 2010
Size: 10mm
Characteristic gills - 6 gills in a semirosette plane. Manual of Nearctic Diptera only recognizes one Western species in the genus.

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Very cool!
I am assuming this was found in flowing water, in which case I can tell you it is family Blephariceridae (net-winged midges). Neat find!

 
Five minutes!
You're right, Eric - Bibiocephala grandis. Could you make a new page for it?

It's beautiful, whatever it is!
I really have no idea. But I'll throw a random guess in the air: the bottom of something's foot?

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