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Saturday, June 16, 2012

6/15/12 Downtown Bangor

Hope to finish the transplanting today so it was downtown for a short walk. Kelly did get a swim in the river and met some friendly people.

I had never seen a creature like this before. It was 2 -1/2 to 3 inches long and looked prehistoric to me.





   
Later, I did manage to get most of the transplanting done.                                                        

2 comments:

  1. #1 is a hellgrammite.
    "Dobsonflies spend most of their life in the larval stage, during which they are called hellgrammites, "go-devils" or "crawlerbottoms", and are familiar to anglers who like to use the large larvae as bait"...from Wikipedia

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  2. Thanks for the information John.

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