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What am I? - Campylenchia latipes

What am I? - Campylenchia latipes
Herring Run Watershed, Baltimore City County, Maryland, USA
June 8, 2010

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Moved from ID Request.

Campylenchia latipes
A shed "skin" (exuviae) - the cuticle splits down the midline of the back to let out the insect, leaving 2 "horns" instead of one!

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