Damsel fly nymph?

rotato

Active Member
Found a couple of these in my little pond. I appreciate all the info.
Spoiler alert the big one snatches the smaller one
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Taxon

Active Member
WFF Moderator
Hi rotato-

Which of the three invertebrates in your photo are you suspecting to be a damselfly nymph, the tiny one, the medium-sized one, or the large one?
 

rotato

Active Member
The large one is the fella in question. Could the medium guy be a younger version of the big dude? They look similar in number of legs and shape. Is the small guy a little water strider? Thanks for all the knowledge.
Cheers
 

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