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Symphyta indet

Observed: 3rd July 2008 By: MickETalbotMickETalbot’s reputation in InvertebratesMickETalbot’s reputation in InvertebratesMickETalbot’s reputation in InvertebratesMickETalbot’s reputation in InvertebratesMickETalbot’s reputation in Invertebrates
Larvae indet 3
Larvae indet 3b
Description:

It is possible that the Leafhoppers are Edwardsiana avellanae, unfortunately no notes...

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Symphyta interacts

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This one looks like it might

This one looks like it might be a sawfly larva Mick. Difficult to see just how many prolegs are involved but the overall appearance and the small black eye are reminiscent of a sawfly. Usually just IDed as 'Symphyta'.

Sawfly larvae have many more prolegs than lepidoptera larvae.

Cathal.

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Thanks