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Aquatic larva

Observed: 6th April 2010 By: RHomanRHoman’s reputation in InvertebratesRHoman’s reputation in InvertebratesRHoman’s reputation in InvertebratesRHoman’s reputation in InvertebratesRHoman’s reputation in Invertebrates
Insect larva
Insect Larva
Description:

A woodlouse sized larva found on the underside of a semi-submerged rock in a fast flowing, clear, limestone stream in the Cotswolds.

Identifications
  •  
    Likely ID
    Scirtid beetle larva (Scirtidae sp.)
    Confidence: I'm as sure as I can be.
    ID agreements (): 2 People
    • dshubble
      Leaf Beetle Recording SchemeSouthampton Natural History Society
      Invertebrates expert
    • John BrattonInvertebrates expert
  • Elodes sp.
    Confidence: It's likely to be this, but I can't be certain.
Species interactions

No interactions present.