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Photo#44009
Chaoborid?

Chaoborid?
Fort Pierce, St. Lucie County, Florida, USA
March 2, 2006

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Chaoborid? Chaoborid?

Moved
Moved from Chironominae.

Moved
Moved from Midges.

Aaron is right, this is a Chi
Aaron is right, this is a Chironomid for sure!
Greetings,
Gerard Pennards

I think it's a Nonbiting Midge
It looks like a Nonbiting Midge (Chironomidae) to me. Use the following link to compare:
http://bugguide.net/node/view/43262

 
...
Oh well. This one was so much more robust than a lot of Chironomids, I thought it might be something different.
-Sean McCann


triatoma.blogspot.com

 
Female.
That robustness may be, in part, because this is a female:-) Moving to family guide page.

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