Reply Thu 23 Jul, 2009 03:15 am
I found a large white grub within a rotting (sweet gum) root in my garden ( Huntington, New York) It is approx 4" long x 1/2" wide, white, jaws?, has ribbed bands around its body except for 1/2" of tail. No indication of legs. I have kept it in a large container filled with soil and lots of the wood in the hopes it will pupate. What is it the lava of? Thank you. B. Pugsley
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Reply Thu 23 Jul, 2009 04:17 am
@Pugsley W,
The lava is sacred, nice reverence.
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Green Witch
 
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Reply Thu 23 Jul, 2009 05:06 am
@Pugsley W,
You might try contacting the Cornell Entomology Library in NY. It would help if you can send them a picture:
http://entomology.library.cornell.edu/
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