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Chironominae Egg cases and reared juveniles

Chironominae Egg cases and reared juveniles
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
May 13, 2012
Size: ~1 cm
Found in fresh water pond.
Clear jelly encases eggs.

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Chironominae Egg cases and reared juveniles Egg cases in fresh water pond Egg cases in fresh water pond

Moved
Moved from Chironominae.

Probably Chironomini
If I try the key by Nolte (1993) the best matches are in Chironomini. It's a little small for a Chironomus egg mass but within the known range.

Larval keys are designed for fourth instar larvae and get less accurate the younger the larva is. I hope they grow.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Maybe something like

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