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Photo#45357
larva/pupa - Schizotus cervicalis

larva/pupa - Schizotus cervicalis
Hollis, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA
March 11, 2006
At first mistaken for a bo*rid larva, this greenish-brown pyrochroid larva was identified as Schizotus cervicalis by Dan Young, Entomology Dept. at U. of Wisconsin. I collected two of these under deciduous bark. One died in captivity, but the other has pupated and should emerge in a few days.

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