Published on March 11, 2009
Four Mile Creek Shipbuilders Creek Mill Creek March 2009 Macroinvertebrate Samples
We think this is a caddisfly.
We have no idea what this is. Can anyone help identify this macroinvertebrate?
This looks like a riffle beetle.
Check out this mayfly nymph!
This crayfish was about 10 cm long!
Two tails, antenna, 3 pairs of legs – must be stonefly nymphs!
A few stonefly nymphs looked like they were getting wings! Magnified View
Isopod & Stonefly Nymph
We always find lots of amphipods (scuds).
We aren’t sure what kind of macroinvertebrate this is. It has lots of legs, a segmented body, and antenna.
Look at the colors on this aquatic worm!
What new questions do you have about macroinvertebrates?
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