colored pencil and watercolor
Commissioned by: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Alderflies are "net-winged" insects about 13-18mm. Females lay eggs on stems of grass near water. Females deposit 200-500 eggs in rows on branches near water.
Phylum: Arthropoda (having a segmented body with appendages on each segment)
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