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Photo#770115
Sow Bug? - Caecidotea

Sow Bug? - Caecidotea
Norris, Madison County, Montana, USA
May 13, 2013
Size: 3/16" or 5mm
Netted and photographed today, May 13, 2013

Moved
Moved from Asellidae.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

probably Caecidotea
Most Asellus in North America are now placed in the genus Caecidotea; family name remains Asellidae.

I was thinking it was a drago
I was thinking it was a dragonfly larvae.

Not an expert, Not an ID
similar to some in/near Asellus

Asellus or something along these lines
same order as sowbugs, but the latter are strictly terrestrial

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