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1. common water strider
http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/commo...
water strider Common water strider Gerris remigis Copyright, Charles Lewallen The Common water strider is water bug that looks a lot like a big mosquito walking on the surface of the water. Its body can grow just over 1/2 inch long and is dark brown or black. Like all insects, it has six legs. The front pair of legs is short, and the middle and back legs are very long. water striders live on the surface of ponds, slow streams, marshes, and other quiet waters. Peter J. Bryant ...
  'Water
                  Strider (small version)' from the web at 'http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/Insects/Common%20Water%20Strider/water%20strider1.mov'  mov  water%20strider...0.3 MB  - 'Water Strider (small version)' Web
  'Water
                  Strider (large version)' from the web at 'http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/Insects/Common%20Water%20Strider/water%20strider%202.mov'  mov  water%20strider...0.9 MB  - 'Water Strider (large version)' Web

2. green darner
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darner Green Darner Anax junius Copyright, J. L. Laswell Green Darners are one of our largest dragonflies, and one of the easiest to recognize. Their bodies grow over three inches long, with a wingspan of 4 1/2 inches. Green Darners are dimorphic, which means males and females look different. Both sexes have a green thorax (middle section of body), but males have a blue abdomen (long back part of body), while females' abdomens are purplish-gray. Both males and females have a mark ...
919y), while females' abdomens are purplish-gray. Both males and females have a mark like a target on their faces. Green Darners' eyes are brown. Green Darners are found around ponds, lakes, marshes, and slow-moving streams. Copyright, Stuart Tingley Huntley Meadows Park Copyright, Jim Roetzel When Green Darners mate, the male chases and catches the female, before inserting the tip of his abdomen behind the females head (see first photo). The female then goes to where plants grow from water and, while clinging to the stem of a plant, she backs slowly into the water. She will make a slit in the stem of the plant and lay her eggs inside. Steve Valley Dragonfly larvae are called naiads. Naiads of Green Darners are dark greenish-brown and will eventually grow two inches long. Naiads are ferocious predators and will attack just about anything smaller than them, and even some creatures that are larger. They eat many aquatic insects, tadpoles, aquatic worms, and small fiwater419water strider4633 Crane Fly Tesselated Darter Green Algae Freshwater Leech Large Diving Beetle Lizard's Tail Eastern Newt Golden Shiner Long-leaf Pondweed Tesselated Darter Eastern Painted Turtle Hydrilla Dogwood Borer Ebony Jewelwing Greater Bladderwort Large Diving Beetle Wood Duck Marsh Bulrush Stagnant Pond Snail Common Carp Buttonbush Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Yellow Bullhead Arrow Arum Painted Lady CommonWater Strider Wild Rice Eastern Mosquitofish Northern Hog Sucker Relationship to Humans: Green Darners and other dragonflies are a great help to people. Besides being beautiful to look at, they eat huge amounts of insects, such as mosquitos and flies. SCIENTIFIC CLASSIFICATION KINGDOM Animal PHYLUM Arthropod CLASS Insect ORDER Odonata FAMILY Aeshnidae GENUS Anax SPECIES Anax junius QUICK LINKS Organism Menu Home strider4133water strider
  'Unidentified
                  Dragonfly Naiad Attacking
                  Worm' from the web at 'http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/Insects/Green%20Darner/dragonflystrike.mov'  mov  dragonflystrike0.6 MB  - 'Unidentified Dragonfly Naiad Attacking Worm' Web

3. Asian Tiger Mosquito
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Tiger Mosquito Asian Tiger Mosquito Aedes albopictus Copyright, Sean McCann, Creative Common License The Asian Tiger Mosquito is a non-native species which is rapidly spreading across America. It was first discovered in Northern Virginia in 1997. You can tell this mosquito apart from other mosquitos be the silvery-white bands on its legs and thorax (middle body section). Copyright, Chris Paradise, Davidson Biology Website Like all mosquitos, the Asian Tiger must l...
516quito Asian Tiger Mosquito Aedes albopictus Copyright, Sean McCann, Creative Common License The Asian Tiger Mosquito is a non-native species which is rapidly spreading across America. It was first discovered in Northern Virginia in 1997. You can tell this mosquito apart from other mosquitos be the silvery-white bands on its legs and thorax (middle body section). Copyright, Chris Paradise, Davidson Biology Website Like all mosquitos, the Asian Tiger must lay its eggs in water, however it only needs 1/4 inch depth to complete its life cycle. It takes the larvae only five to ten days after hatching to go into the pupa (resting) stage. About two days later, the adult mosquito is born. Asian Tiger Mosquitos will lay eggs in anything that collects water. Some common egg sites are: old tires, flowerpots, buckets, rain gutters, old soda cans, birdbaths, and kiddie pools. Mosquitos also lay eggs in tree holes and leaves which have collected water. Eggs can also overwinwater16water strider3286 Spined Micrathena Common Cattail Raccoon H Eastern Cottontail Creek Chub Pickerelweed Eastern Cottontail H Red-winged Blackbird Crayfish Commoon Reed Red-winged Blackbird H Common Crow Wood Frog Lizard's Tail Common Crow H Human Greater Bladderwort Tussock Sedge Human H Least Shrew American Toad Long-leaf Pondweed Least Shrew H Eastern Gray Squirrel Green Darner Hydrilla Eastern Gray Squirrel H Eastern Chipmunk CommonWater Strider Greater Bladderwort Eastern Chipmunk H Muskrat Yellow Perch Muskrat H Beaver Eastern Newt Beaver H Virginia Opossum Tesselated Darter Virginia Opossum H White-tailed Deer Ruby-throated Hummingbird White-tailed Deer H Striped Skunk Big Brown Bat Striped Skunk H Woodchuck Golden Shiner Woodchuck H Southern Leopard Frog Spring Peeper Black and Yellow Argiope Spotted Salamander strider2786water strider
  'Many
                  Larvae Swimming in Water' from the web at 'http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/Insects/Asian%20tiger%20mosquito/atmlarva.mov'  mov  atmlarva0.5 MB  - 'Many Larvae Swimming in Water' Web
  'Single
                  Larva Swimming' from the web at 'http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/Insects/Asian%20tiger%20mosquito/atmolarva1.mov'  mov  atmolarva10.1 MB  - 'Single Larva Swimming' Web
  'Single
                  Larva Swimming (Long)' from the web at 'http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/Insects/Asian%20tiger%20mosquito/atmolarva2.mov'  mov  atmolarva20.4 MB  - 'Single Larva Swimming (Long)' Web
  'Pupa
                  in Water' from the web at 'http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/Insects/Asian%20tiger%20mosquito/atmpupa.mov'  mov  atmpupa0.7 MB  - 'Pupa in Water' Web
  'Adult
                  Mosquito Feeding on Human' from the web at 'http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/Insects/Asian%20tiger%20mosquito/atmfeeding.mov'  mov  atmfeeding0.9 MB  - 'Adult Mosquito Feeding on Human' Web

4. Creek Chub
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Chub Creek Chub Semotilus atromaculatus The Creek Chub is a common minnow throughout Virginia. Its back is olive-colored, it has silvery sides, and it has a long blackish-brown stripe down the side. The Creek Chub has rounded fins, and the dorsal (back) fin has eight rays (spikes). Creek Chubs can grow to 12 inches, but they are usually much smaller. Creek Chubs live mostly in small to medium-sized streams, but they sometimes live in lakes too. They prefer clear to slightly cloudy wa...
499Creek Chub Creek Chub Semotilus atromaculatus The Creek Chub is a common minnow throughout Virginia. Its back is olive-colored, it has silvery sides, and it has a long blackish-brown stripe down the side. The Creek Chub has rounded fins, and the dorsal (back) fin has eight rays (spikes). Creek Chubs can grow to 12 inches, but they are usually much smaller. Creek Chubs live mostly in small to medium-sized streams, but they sometimes live in lakes too. They prefer clear to slightly cloudy water with a gravel bottom. Creek Chubs especially like to be near beaver dams. Creek Chubs eat copepods (small crustaceans; cousins of shrimp) and water fleas when they are young. As adults, they eat aquatic insects, terrestrial insects (land insects that fall in the water), worms, and small fish. They are preyed upon by larger fish, such as the Largemouth Bass, Kingfishers, Mergansers, and even larger Creek Chubs! To breed, the male Creek Chub will build a nest. He will dig a pit on the bottom owater1water strider2599 Tesselated Darter Barred Owl Green Algae Bluegill Green Darner Long-leaf Pondweed Yellow Perch Channel Catfish Hydrilla Golden Shiner American Robin Greater Bladderwort Spring Peeper Large Diving Beetle Wild Rice Euglena Golden Shiner Green Algae Eastern Painted Turtle Snow Flea Striped Skunk Spotted Salamander Northern Water Snake Ebony Jewelwing Greater Bladderwort CommonWater Strider Yellow Bullhead Common Whitetail Northern Hog Sucker Aquatic Worm Double-crested Cormorant Northern Caddis Fly Bald Eagle Relationship to Humans: Creek Chubs are often used by humans as bait to catch larger fish. They are rarely eaten themselves, probably because they don't normally reach a worthwhile size. Creek Chubs also benefit us by consuming large numbers of insects, especially mosquitos. SCIENTIFIC CLASSIFICATION KINGDOM strider2099water strider
  'Creek
                  Chub Swimming' from the web at 'http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/Fish/Creek%20chub/creekchub1.mov'  mov  creekchub10.1 MB  - 'Creek Chub Swimming' Web
  'Creek
                  Chub Swimming #2' from the web at 'http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/Fish/Creek%20chub/creekchub2.mov'  mov  creekchub20.4 MB  - 'Creek Chub Swimming #2' Web

5. Creek Chub
http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/creek...
Chub Creek Chub Semotilus atromaculatus The Creek Chub is a common minnow throughout Virginia. Its back is olive-colored, it has silvery sides, and it has a long blackish-brown stripe down the side. The Creek Chub has rounded fins, and the dorsal (back) fin has eight rays (spikes). Creek Chubs can grow to 12 inches, but they are usually much smaller. Creek Chubs live mostly in small to medium-sized streams, but they sometimes live in lakes too. They prefer clear to slightly cloudy wa...
499Creek Chub Creek Chub Semotilus atromaculatus The Creek Chub is a common minnow throughout Virginia. Its back is olive-colored, it has silvery sides, and it has a long blackish-brown stripe down the side. The Creek Chub has rounded fins, and the dorsal (back) fin has eight rays (spikes). Creek Chubs can grow to 12 inches, but they are usually much smaller. Creek Chubs live mostly in small to medium-sized streams, but they sometimes live in lakes too. They prefer clear to slightly cloudy water with a gravel bottom. Creek Chubs especially like to be near beaver dams. Creek Chubs eat copepods (small crustaceans; cousins of shrimp) and water fleas when they are young. As adults, they eat aquatic insects, terrestrial insects (land insects that fall in the water), worms, and small fish. They are preyed upon by larger fish, such as the Largemouth Bass, Kingfishers, Mergansers, and even larger Creek Chubs! To breed, the male Creek Chub will build a nest. He will dig a pit on the bottom owater1water strider2599 Tesselated Darter Barred Owl Green Algae Bluegill Green Darner Long-leaf Pondweed Yellow Perch Channel Catfish Hydrilla Golden Shiner American Robin Greater Bladderwort Spring Peeper Large Diving Beetle Wild Rice Euglena Golden Shiner Green Algae Eastern Painted Turtle Snow Flea Striped Skunk Spotted Salamander Northern Water Snake Ebony Jewelwing Greater Bladderwort CommonWater Strider Yellow Bullhead Common Whitetail Northern Hog Sucker Aquatic Worm Double-crested Cormorant Northern Caddis Fly Bald Eagle Relationship to Humans: Creek Chubs are often used by humans as bait to catch larger fish. They are rarely eaten themselves, probably because they don't normally reach a worthwhile size. Creek Chubs also benefit us by consuming large numbers of insects, especially mosquitos. SCIENTIFIC CLASSIFICATION KINGDOM strider2099water strider
  'Creek
                  Chub Swimming #2' from the web at 'http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/Fish/Creek%20chub/creekchub2.mov'  mov  creekchub20.4 MB  - 'Creek Chub Swimming #2' Web
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