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Photo#427106
Freshwater amphipod - Crangonyx

Freshwater amphipod - Crangonyx
Lenox, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA
May 3, 2010
Anyone want to offer some tips on what features need to be visible to get these to family?

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antennae
The antennae are key to making IDs. If you have a close up of the antennae I can take a better look at it.

 
Thanks...
I'll bear that in mind when I photograph these in the future. The image I just added is the best view I have of an antenna for this individual.

 
guess
I'd say it's either a gammarid or crangonyctid, but I am not enough of an expert to say for sure.

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