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Photo#536290
Green Lacewing larva

Green Lacewing larva
Chester County, Pennsylvania, USA
June 25, 2011
Size: about 6-7mm diameter
Originally submitted as: Walking Lint
Found in the underbrush along a grassy trail in southeastern PA

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Moved from ID Request.

This is a...
...Debris-Carrying Larva of one of the Green Lacewings (Chrysopidae).

 
Thanks ...
Does it look like somebody took a bite out of it?

 
Kind of, but
that bit isn't part of the insect; it's part of the debris it's covered itself with--maybe dead prey or one of it's own shed exoskeletons?

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