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IanAyotte 8 years ago

And it was just that it was out of water so the legs were spread out but thanks for the info

IanAyotte 8 years ago

Well they might be that but they were in water ice fishing I took one out for a photo

Gordon Dietzman
Gordon Dietzman 8 years ago

Interesting spotting. I suspect you have, not a shrimp, but a snow scorpionfly (Boreus brumalis). They are usually found on the surface of the snow on warm winter days, especially towards spring. Take a look at this page and see if you'd agree with me: If so, I think you may have the first spotting of this insect on Project Noah!

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Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Spotted on Mar 16, 2014
Submitted on Mar 17, 2014

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