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Photo#937072
Debris-Carrying Larvae - Leucochrysa insularis

Debris-Carrying Larvae - Leucochrysa insularis
Deane, Letcher County, Kentucky, USA
May 19, 2014
Size: 4.5mm
Found in sweep net.

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Moved from Leucochrysa.

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Snails as debris
Snails are typically the debris of choice of Leucochrysa insularis larvae. The markings on the head capsule seem to align as well, in the very least as a likely member of Leucochrysa.

i love the
snail shell

 
Sort of
a top hat I guess LOL.

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