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Hydrometra stagnorum larva 9-6-2001
Hydrometra stagnorum larva
Water-measurer, larva

This larva sucks out a midge pupa, that is hanging head down under a a duck weed leaf. (It is the grey subject where the thin sucking tube of the Water-measurer is in). You can still see the breathing 'horns' on the midge pupa. Further there is a very tiny, mite-like animal on the duck weed leaf in front and a Microvelia larva on the last duck weed leaf. What the red and brown thing under the Water-measurer is, I don't know.


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