When the roof of an abandoned shopping mall collapsed, water accumulated, and it became a breeding ground for mosquitoes. Locals put in fish to eat the larvae.
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Came across thousands of ants moving their colony to a new location. The white β€œgrains” they are carrying are ant larvae and pupa.
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Fobresta olivencia, also known as the tiger wing butterfly, in larvae form
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Costco is selling larvae racing kits!
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Surprised larvae
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Cooking these larvae with ethanol hand sanitiser, a lighter, and a gardening shovel. Fuck wasps!
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Haha Larvae go brrrrrr
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You Don't Kill Larvae

The Hive continues to expand beyond our wildest expectations. Worlds are assimilated. Weaklings burn. And here I am, an elite war-breed, born to lead The Hive's armies in glorious conquest, a warrior whose victorious spoils are counted in entire worlds, sitting in the bloody wake of the most disappointing battle I have ever fought.

I had received orders from The Queen that I was to lead my personal squadron to annihilate a potential hive cluster from an altogether foreign species that had strayed into our territory. Naturally, I accepted with the utmost loyalty and glee, joyous in the prospect of wetting my blades on the blood of worthy enemies. I set out immediately with my squadron to the coordinates listed in the report. Soon after arrival in the sector, my lookout spied the foreign object, and we sped headlong into combat. The exterior of the hive cluster in question was smooth, rounded, subtly reflective, and marred with colours whose shapes we could discern no purpose from; it was a substance we soon conjectured to be a form of polished chitin not too dissimilar to that which shielded our own transport-breed. Regardless of its shell, I knew we had a glorious duty to perform, and I commanded the mind-driver to bring us in for a headlong assault.

The mind-driver commanded our transport-breed to envelop the hive cluster with its forelimbs and take it into its jaws. Once inside its oral chamber, the transport-breed's proboscis was put to work, slowly dissolving the chitin of the hive cluster with an acidic solution; the substance and its method of delivery had only been recently added to the sequence of its breed, and they were something I was all too willing to use. I assembled my squadron and waited, ready and eager to show these upstart weaklings the glory of The Hive. It took some time, and the smell was noxious, but before long, the cluster's armor gave way, and the path was clear for battle. We charged into the wound, hoping for the kind of battle that would circulate the All-Mind back at our native hive for countless generations to come.

Instead, we found an empty cavity. It was smooth, and made of the same shell that coated its exterior. White bioluminescent light spilled into every corner from rigid sacs embedded into the ceiling of the hall we entered. More illegible markings were visible on every surface; it was in this moment that I realized that said marking may in fact have a purpose, but what, I could not discern. My squadron followed m

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πŸ‘€︎ u/TheAusNerd
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Tunicates despite looking like simple sponges, are actually the closest living relatives of vertebrates, and have a complex internal anatomy with many organ analogous to ours. Their larvae look remarkably similar to tadpoles.
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This very well might be the biggest bee hive I've ever come across while playing this game. It had an astounding 8 larvae.
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A woman in Australia discovered her headaches were caused by tapeworm larvae in her brain cnn.com/2020/10/03/austra…
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TIL: the human bot fly, native to Central and South America. A female bot fly will catch a mosquito mid-flight and deposit eggs on its body. When the mosquito takes a blood meal, the eggs hatch and enter the skin through the bite wound. The larvae feeds on the host for 6-12 weeks before crawling out ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti…
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Need advice, what are these little yellow larvae and what should I do with the frames now that the hive is dead and they are more or less ruined? reddit.com/gallery/jup0tu
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πŸ“…︎ Nov 15 2020
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larvae 🀝 adult
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Hermit crab releasing larvae. v.redd.it/o2896cekkp261
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So i know this is a larvae, but who is the parent? Taken from a freshwater sample @40X magnification
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Mint_Tee64
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First try at this. Three weeks in. The water is so clean! No odour, and the plants are growing! Snails, worms and larvae been spotted. I'm so stoked everything seems to be living. Thanks guys, appreciate tips and critiscm. reddit.com/gallery/jy19vu
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πŸ‘€︎ u/H-E-L-L-MaGGoT
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Following weeks of unsuccessfully, trying to eradicate thrips, I’ve brought in the big guns... Just released 250 lace wing larvae. Maniacal laughter. Put that in your pipe and smoke it fuckers.
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First time posting on here. Found my first Asteroid Larvae today. It’d be interesting to see an update to extract resources from them.
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Carpet beetle larvae. Have dog and tons of items in home... Wondering about my options

So, in my house I found carpet beetle larvae and shedded larva skin (some adults too, but they were all dead).

BACKGROUND

  • Have been living in this 2-story ~3000 sq ft home with carpet for 5 years
  • House has items belonging to my family of 4
  • Due to various reasons including COVID, I am temporarily here by myself
  • Have a dog since the beginning
  • Have 60+ houseplants (not sure if it matters - think they were here before my plants)
  • Pretty sure there is larvae in all rooms. Bedrooms, bathrooms, stairs, kitchen(hardwood) etc
  • See both black colored ones and lighter (varied)

SITUATION

Last week, by chance, I discovered my bedroom was infested with larvae (under bed/desk, closet). So I put my belongings in containers, laundered clothes, removed furniture and wiped everything down, put down food grade DE and vacuumed, even threw out my mattress :(.

Then I found out the rest of my house is infested - at a quick glance of carpet, at least several larvae per room, even upstairs in the rooms farthest away from my room. I think they've been here for at least a few months.

MY QUESTIONS...

  1. How will I realistically be able to get rid of these guys, given that there are rooms full of my family's belongings?!... I can't even imagine how long it would take for me to l go through every single thing. Not that I won't do it, but it will take me literally months to clean everything up.
  2. Is it l possible to call an exterminator to help, without needing to move furniture/items? Or does the problem persist because I haven't found the source of infestation?
  3. What should I expect if I called pest control? I have a dog, so I dont know how I can do professional extermination in a pet/ human safe way.
  4. Any other advice obviously welcome

Would love input, THANK YOU for your help. This has been driving me absolutely crazy.

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Eiji Tsuburaya next to the Mothra larvae prop from the original Mothra (1961)
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πŸ“…︎ Nov 16 2020
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Ever need a Drudgen or maybe a Larvae or probably perhaps a Sword of Nulgath?, Here at Galanoth /house quia we got everything you'd need, Let's chill with the bois ya'll
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A Neoponera villosa larvae spitting its cocoon while her mother tries to help her. v.redd.it/adqqh72zk2261
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I found a hive of bee larvae (the one that nests underground) while in the mountains, with most of the larvae alive and pupas intact. I suspect humans disturbed their nest and took the honey but left the larvae to die. I took this piece home. Is it possible to grow them at home and release them? v.redd.it/y8lmqdacb5361
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πŸ‘€︎ u/sam546780
πŸ“…︎ Dec 04 2020
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Such a cool looking creature! This one has patterns on his back and a green tint which I haven't seen on other damselfly larvae in the jarrarium. v.redd.it/pnjtemj5q0161
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πŸ‘€︎ u/nikbru
πŸ“…︎ Nov 23 2020
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I’m really new to growing plants so I overwatered the monstera and I think I have fungus gnats - there are black flies in my room and these (larvae I think) all over the leaves. I just wanted to know if I’m right and that they are fungus gnats before buying a spray! Any advice would be amazing!
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 01 2020
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What’s this? I found it in the toilet after a couple of hours of last use. Toilet was clean before but now there are all those yellow spots. Looks to me like a larvae with a thread connected to it.
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Thoughts on soldier fly larvae? Can someone give me some information about them? What are good ways to gutload them and super worms?

Just bought some soldier fly larvae and would love some more information on them as feeders. Also what are good ways to gutload them as well as super worms

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πŸ“…︎ Nov 27 2020
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FiancΓ© found this Wigglyboi and a friend in our laundry room, near a basket of towels. I thought it was a simple maggot but friends are saying it’s too big. Can you help identify this generic larvae? P.S. don’t mind my fiancΓ© screaming at the end of the video. She’s extra. v.redd.it/u1zjbwtgm1z51
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23/31-RiP - celestial larvae
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πŸ“…︎ Oct 23 2020
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My beta and guppies enjoying themselves some mosquito larvae v.redd.it/qj4fba4enex51
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πŸ‘€︎ u/cherry_shrimps123
πŸ“…︎ Nov 05 2020
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I was doing maintenance on my Mason bee house and instead of coccoons I found these. Are they bee larvae? How do I care for them?
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πŸ“…︎ Nov 13 2020
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While cleaning out our birdhouse I came acros this weird looking nest with red larvae in it, does anybody know what species this belongs to? reddit.com/gallery/jqboad
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πŸ“…︎ Nov 08 2020
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Opae ula larvae has gone from vertical head-down position to horizontal position. I think it's almost a real shrimp!
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πŸ“…︎ Oct 28 2020
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Has anyone here eaten BSF larvae?

I've seen loads of info online about BSF being a great nutritional source for people, but haven't seen any recipes or how to information for actually preparing them to eat. I've heard of people drying + grinding them into flour. I don't know if people collect and process them everyday or what the logistics are. I'd love to hear of your experiences, advice, and thoughts.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/MorassCompass
πŸ“…︎ Nov 16 2020
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First one found after egg release. πŸ™‚ The mighty aphid lion aka green lacewing larvae.
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πŸ“…︎ Nov 12 2020
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My elephant beetle larvae is getting chonky
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πŸ“…︎ Oct 27 2020
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Does anyone recognize what kind larvae these are?
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πŸ‘€︎ u/BonerForFauci
πŸ“…︎ Nov 14 2020
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Just a giant space larvae...no biggie
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I suddenly discovered hundreds of these larvae in my pilea today , what can i do about it and what is it? I apreciate your help v.redd.it/0vvfov5rszy51
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πŸ‘€︎ u/vonfeligs
πŸ“…︎ Nov 13 2020
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In a dark magma cavern, Larvae on my hull, The loud roar of sea dragons, Thundering through my skull, Up ahead in the distance, I saw a bright orange light, Set silent running and put the lights on dim, I had to stop for the night.. reddit.com/gallery/jf6ypo
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πŸ“…︎ Oct 21 2020
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Antlion larvae -- inducing diapause?

I have a few antlion larvae that I collected in Oregon last summer (unfortunately, I don't know their ID below family). I was hoping that they would metamorphose into adults before winter, but they're still in their larval state and because it's now quite cold where I live, I don't have a reliable supply of ants or other inverts to feed to them. Is it possible to induce diapause by putting their container in the cold? Does anyone know how long I might expect them to survive without food? The area where I found them is now about 20 Fahrenheit warmer than where I live and stays around 40-50 in the winter, whereas my area gets below 0 occasionally.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/grahamlf
πŸ“…︎ Nov 30 2020
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Caterpillar takes care of parasitoid wasp larvae that burst out of its body youtu.be/YYJpNLWlp8U
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Hallo guys. Do you think a mixture of luscern meal (alfalfa meal), crushed bread, goat and sheap manure will be good for larvae to eat. I unfortunately don't have access to other food sources around me.
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πŸ“…︎ Nov 25 2020
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Did you know that flatworm larvae look like adorable ghosts?
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Not_A_Wendigo
πŸ“…︎ Oct 18 2020
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Small mites/larvae absolutely coating our spices/seasonings, but ONLY our spices seasonings. North TX, DFW area. Any idea what they are? v.redd.it/lf7g5eleai061
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πŸ‘€︎ u/A_Wellesley
πŸ“…︎ Nov 21 2020
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Hi y’all, so a few of my plants have thrips 😭 I bought some predatory mites and green lacewing larvae to fight them. I’m wondering can I still spray my soapy neem oil mixture or if I should stop for the beneficial bugs? Thanks!
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πŸ‘€︎ u/thelateunclephil
πŸ“…︎ Nov 29 2020
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Some kind of larvae? It twitches and moves. About 3 inches long.
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