We found this grub inside a rotten orange (a great place to look for bugs!) that was in the orange grove at school.  I’m honestly stumped.  I should at least try and key it to order level, but right now I have to write a paper for plant ecology.

Yes, at first glance, I agree, probably moth.  But I can’t remember the proleg rules (# and so forth) for the different orders..

We found this grub inside a rotten orange (a great place to look for bugs!) that was in the orange grove at school.  I’m honestly stumped.  I should at least try and key it to order level, but right now I have to write a paper for plant ecology.

Yes, at first glance, I agree, probably moth.  But I can’t remember the proleg rules (# and so forth) for the different orders..

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  9. aura218 said: I’m not a buggirl, but we used to call them nightcrawlers. They were good bait for catching sunnies/sunfish. We’d dig them up just under the surface in the early morning. This was up near the Pocanoes, Pennsylvania.
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  14. cat--beard said: It’s gorgeous :D
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  16. rasec-wizzlbang said: SHH, he’s hiding…
  17. perfectlyscrumptious said: Lepidoptera, I think.
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