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Exuvia of a dragonfly. The nymph is called a mudeye. The second exuvia is a damselfly, also from the order=odonata.
Under rocks beside the Howqua River.
The flow has been high recently but goes down very quickly. There were some different leaf beetles and many frogs.
Well there's mud in your eye. I'm surprised they so intact from the Howqua. You must have been near the lower end? or is the flow rate down at the moment?
Spotted on Jan 4, 2012 Submitted on Jan 4, 2012