All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

Dobsonfly eggcases<br>
These white crusty patches under the 100' Piney River Trail bridge are the eggcases of Dobsonflies. These are large aquatic insects that spend their larval stage in water. The larvae are called "hellgrammites." They have long, s...
Dobsonfly eggcases

These white crusty patches under the 100' Piney River Trail bridge are the eggcases of Dobsonflies. These are large aquatic insects that spend their larval stage in water. The larvae are called "hellgrammites." They have long, sharp mandibles with which they can bite.

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