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Journal # 5 Oct. 11,2013 AQUATIC MACROINVERTEBRATE IDENTIFICATION
Number 2. Cranefly Larva
Number 3. Mayfly Nymph (brush-legged)
Number 4. Whirligig Beetle
Whirligig Beetle Video ry=whirligig+beetles&aq=f dA&feature=related Water Scorpion Video: Yep4
5. Damselfly Nymph
Number 6. Dobsonfly Larva/Hellgrammite
Number 7. Water Boatman
Number 8. Mayfly Nymph (flathead)
Number 9. Water Strider
10. Mayfly Nymph (burrowing)
11. Netspinner Caddisfly Larva
Water Snipe Larva
Water Snipe Adult
Case-building Caddisfly Larva
Mosquito Larva and Pupa
Predaceous Diving Beetle
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