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EarlfishmanMay 19th, 2007, 11:59 am
Posts: 17Based on the head pattern, this larvae might be Polycentropus sp. or Neureclipsis sp., I find myself leaning towards the former but I've been wrong before. It's hard to tell for sure without close up photos of anal claws and legs. You can tell it isn't a Rhyacophilid because there isn't a sclerite on top of ab seg number 9.

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