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Aquatic and Sub-Aquatic Insects of the Midwest

Aquatic and Sub-Aquatic Insects of the Midwest

1. Make sure that you are NOT HARMING the insects in any way, they need to reproduce and live on (plus it's pretty mean). 2. Make sure you release the insects if you catch them for a close-up shot. Taking them home is fine but make sure you have the right things to keep them alive. 3. If you don't know what insect it is, please be as accurate as possible to name what the habitat is like, and its overall size (millimeters is preferable but any thing will do). 4. As always, have fun! Sign in to join mission

Aquatic and Sub-Aquatic Insects of the Midwest
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Sub-aquatic and aquatic insects are mostly unknown or unnoticed throughout the nation and Midwest, help spread knowledge about these interesting creatures, and don't be afraid to get any awesome snapshots of these cool creatures! I will be looking at unknown spottings and try to identify them thanks! -Note, this is my first mission, so i will be coming out with smoother, better quality missions soon, hopefully during the summer. (Thank you xxxylophonexxx for being the first to join the mission!)

Aquatic and Sub-Aquatic Insects of the Midwest

Lat: 44.95 Long: -93.09

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