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Chironomidae

Observed: 22nd August 2011 By: mbf45mbf45’s reputation in Invertebratesmbf45’s reputation in Invertebratesmbf45’s reputation in Invertebratesmbf45’s reputation in Invertebrates
Chironomidae
Description:

Chironomidae larvae are very common and easy to distinguish as they have a well developed head capsule with fleshy prolegs located just behind the head. At the end of the abdomen there are a pair of fleshy prolegs.

Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Non-biting midges (Chironomidae) interacts