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Georgia Journal of Science

Abstract

Mature Agabini larvae collected from a small temporary road-side habitat were reared to the adult stage and identified as Platambus flavovittattus (Larson and Wolfe, 1998). The mature larva is described and illustrated with an emphasis on leg morphology. Important differences between cranial temporal curvatures of P. flavovittatus and P. stagninus (Say, 1823) are described. A larval key is constructed to facilitate identification of Georgia agabine genera and species.

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