2019 Web Larvae Count Data Sheet LFICD
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Instar10 Dip AvgTotal in 10 DipsDip 1Dip 2Dip 3Dip 4Dip 5Dip 6Dip 7Dip 8Dip 9Dip 10SpeciesComments
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4/3/1910:40B2 WRP Crescent DitchBridportN43.9831 ; W-73.2729MMLV14545Sunny, wind S 10MPHn/a000000000000n/aCopepods, leeches, springtails, scuds.
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4/3/1910:50B3WRP East of PayneBridportN43.9831 ; W-73.2729MMLV24542Sunny, wind S 10MPHi1=100%1515132125123318281622Too small to I.D.High water line past mown edge by ~20'-25'. Highest concentration of larvae found in the center portion of the western edge of wetland, between the 2 small WRP signs. Larvae found both in open water and under thickly lodged reed canary thatch. Other species observed: mallards, large flock of Canada geese, redwing blackbirds, red tailed hawk, spring peepers, copepods, scuds, 1st instar dragonfly.
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4/3/1911:35B3WRP East of PayneBridportN43.9831 ; W-73.2729MMLV34542Sunny, wind S 10MPHi1=100%2928815701005525105503Too small to I.D.High water line past mown edge by ~20-25'. Highest concentration of larvae found in the center portion of the western edge of wetland, between the 2 small WRP signs. Larvae found both in open water and under thickly lodged reed canary thatch. Other species observed: mallards, large flock of Canada geese, redwing blackbirds, red tailed hawk, spring peepers, copepods, scuds.
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4/3/1912:15B13WRP South Willow DitchBridportN43.9820 ; W-73.2689MMLV45243Mostly sunny, wind S 12MPHi1=87%, i2=13%222238678117713108212Too small to I.D.Copepods, leeches, scuds, large mayfly larvae.
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4/4/1910:45B3WRP East of PayneBridportN43.9831 ; W-73.2729MMLV53638Sunny, wind WNW 12MPH with higher gusts. Very windy and cold! Thin skin of ice on water's edge.i1=100%4833460764748113667n/an/an/aToo small to I.D.-rearing some in lab to advance instars. Reared: Oc stimulans; Oc fitchii; Oc excruciansHigh water line past mown edge by 0'-15' (down from previous day). Drying down due to very windy conditions over two days and emergence of new growth reed canary grass. Caddisfly larvae.
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4/4/1911:30B13WRP South Willow DitchBridportN43.9820 ; W-73.2689MMLV63637Sunny, wind WNW 12MPH with higher gusts. Very windy and cold! Thin transparent skin of ice over surface of ditch.i1=95%, i2=5%302951414233186433621216Most too small to I.D.-rearing in lab to advance instars. I.D.: 15 Oc provocans. Reared: Oc fitchii; Oc stimulans; Oc excrucians; 1 Cu morsitans. Thin skin of ice over ditch except one section that was in direct sun. Larvae present even under the ice.
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4/4/1911:45B14WRP South ImpoundmentBridportN43.9816 ; W-73.2693MMLV73638Sunny, wind WNW 12MPH with higher gusts. Very windy and cold! N/A0000000n/an/an/an/an/an/aSampled in northern end along grassy edge. Water still deep. Water surface disturbed by high gusts of wind-not ideal sampling conditions.
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4/4/1912:15B6Skating RinkBridportN43.9897 ; W-73.2806MMLV84037Sunny, wind NW 13MPH with higher gusts. Very windy and cold! i1=100%323221047114253045734010Too small to I.D.-rearing some in lab to advance instars: None left to I.D.-all eaten by copepods.Sampled western edge and tire ruts along western edge. Larvae present in both open water and under thick grass thatch.
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4/5/1911:30B3WRP East of PayneBridportN43.9831 ; W-73.2729CZLV13541Overcast, Wind SSW 5-15 mph ice on surface wateri2=100%1515299196473252320Too small to I.D.-rearing some in lab to advance instars: Oc. fitchii,Oc. excruciansThin ice on surface. Sampled 150' radius around log-pole on the western end of the WRP. NOTE: APPROX. 2000 WATERFOWL (95% DUCKS, 5% GEESE) INHABIT THE FLOOD PLAIN ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE LEMON FAIR RIVER. Wood Ducks, Mallards, Black Ducks, Northern Shoveler... 
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4/11/1910:30W14#1 SwampWeybridgeN44.0368 ; W-73.2371CZLV24840Clear sky, Wind: N 5-15 mphi2=100%66601026300000Too small to I.D. -rearing larvae to advance instar#1 Swamp; Maples are just beginning to bud. Beaver lodge in " DT" demolished. Tree swallows have returned. Duck species: American Black, Mallard, Wood Duck, Green winged Teal, Northern Pintail
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4/11/1910:20W5 Prunier SEWeybridgeN44.0472 ; W-73.2506MMLV93734Sunny, wind N 7MPHN/A000000000000N/AIce along edges of water. Very few other species in dips-only ~12 copepods and 1 tiny leech.
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4/11/1910:55W6 Prunier SWWeybridgeN44.0468 ; W-73.2517MMLV103742Sunny, wind N 7MPHi2=100%115617141276n/an/an/an/an/aOc stimulans=75%; Oc fitchii=25%Larvae sampled from S facing edge of flood area along roadside. 1st instar mayflies.
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4/11/1911:20W7 Prunier SWWeybridgeN44.0468 ; W-73.2517MMLV113942Sunny, wind N 7MPHn/a000000000000N/AParsnip coming up, reed canary up several inches. Copepods.
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4/11/1911:25W7 Prunier NWWeybridgeN44.0470 ; W-73.2510MMLV123942Sunny, wind N 10MPHn/a000000000000N/ACopepods, mayfly larvae. Many brown puffball mushrooms floating in detritus along riverbank.
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4/11/1911:45W19Lemon Fair SW Roadside DitchWeybridgeN44.0193 ; W-73.2386MMLV133939Sunny, wind N 10MPHi1=10%; i2=80%; i3=10%5857990809046234358553757Larger instars=Oc provocans; smaller instars=mix of Oc stimulans & Oc fitchiiLarvae abundant and clearly visible in the water along the S facing bank and among fallen logs in ditch.
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4/11/1912:15W8 Lemon Fair SWWeybridgeN44.0188 ; W-73.2389MMLV143946Sunny, wind N 10MPHn/a000000000000N/AHeard wood ducks.
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4/11/1912:30W9 Lemon Fair NW Roadside DItchWeybridgeN44.0195 ; W-73.2391MMLV153946Sunny, wind N 10MPHn/a000000000000N/ADitch water cold and in shade.
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4/11/1912:45W20Lemon Fair NW FieldWeybridgeN44. 0199 ; W-73.2386MMLV163944Sunny, wind N 10MPHn/a000000000000N/AKilldeer.
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4/11/1913:05C9125 & West StreetCornwallN43.9906 ; W-73.2526MMLV174239Sunny, wind N 9MPHn/a000000000000N/AParsnip coming up along roadsides.
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4/15/199:35W5 Prunier SEWeybridgeN44.0472 ; W-73.2506MMLV185542Partly sunny, becoming cloudy, Wind S 5MPHn/a000000000000N/ASignificant rain event overnight in the Middlebury area-Otter Creek backflowing into Lemon Fair with visible floating debris flowing S under the bridge. Water level high but not at highest flood mark. USGS streamflow data pre-rain=2890 CFS; USGS streamflow data post rain event=3420 CFS.
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4/15/199:45W9 Lemon Fair NW Roadside DItchWeybridgeN44.0195 ; W-73.2391n/a55n/aMostly cloudy, Wind S 5MPHn/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/aSignificant rain event overnight in the Middlebury area-Otter Creek backflowing into Lemon Fair at Prunier Road but had not made it upstream to Lemon Fair Road. River gauge 1" above water-ditch on N side of road still barely defined. 6 Canada geese, 2 kestrels, marsh hawk hunting low to the ground only 20 feet away from me. BALD EAGLE FLEW OVERHEAD TOWARD DEVIL'S TRIANGLE!!!
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4/15/1911:45B2 WRP Crescent DitchBridportN43.9831 ; W-73.2729MMLV195748Cloudy, wind S 7MPHn/a000000000000n/aSignificant rain event overnight in the Middlebury area.
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4/15/1912:05B3WRP East of PayneBridportN43.9831 ; W-73.2729MMLV205646Cloudy, wind S 7MPHi2=5%; i3=95%302951622251613755447324Mostly Oc stimulans (~60%,); Oc excrucians (~30%); rest Oc fitchii; 1 Oc provocansLarvae advanced to 3rd instars since site first surveyed 2 weeks prior. Larvae concentrated mostly between 2 WRP signs along western edge of wetland area. High water line ~0'-20' past mown edge. 2 glassworms in collection. Canada geese, mallard ducks, spring peepers, pickerel frogs, kestrel, red tailed hawk, hairy woodpecker, could hear osprey to the east.
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4/15/1912:35B13WRP South Willow DitchBridportN43.9820 ; W-73.2689MMLV215447Cloudy, wind SSW 10MPH, beginning to rain.i1=2%; i3=90%; i4=3%282823270651320000100Mostly Oc stimulans (~95%); Oc provocans ~5%; 1 Oc excrucians Significant rain event overnight in the Middlebury area.
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