2019 Web Larvae Count Data Sheet LFICD
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Physical
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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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4/18/1911:00W29Confluence Lemon Fair & Otter Creek WeybridgeN44.0637 ; W-73.2474MMLV224941Cloudy, windy SSE 15MPHn/a0000000n/an/an/an/an/an/aHigh flooding. Otter Creek very high & disallowing Lemon Fair to empty. No backflow of Otter Creek into Lemon Fair, but there is a distinctive line of muddy to clear water at the confluence of the 2 rivers.
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4/18/1911:15W5 Prunier SEWeybridgeN44.0472 ; W-73.2506n/a49n/aCloudy, windy SSE 15MPHn/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/anan/an/aWater level very very high-up to power lines.
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4/18/1911:15W6 Prunier SWWeybridgeN44.0468 ; W-73.2517n/a49n/aCloudy, windy SSE 15MPHn/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/aWater level very very high-about 6" under bridge girders.
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4/18/1911:15W7 Prunier NWWeybridgeN44.0470 ; W-73.2510n/a49n/aCloudy, windy SSE 15MPHn/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/aWater level very very high-about 6" under bridge girders.
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4/18/1911:30W19Lemon Fair SW Roadside DitchWeybridgeN44.0193 ; W-73.2386n/a52n/aCloudy, windy SSE 15MPHn.an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/aWater very high-almost over road in some places.
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4/18/1911:40W9 Lemon Fair NW Roadside DItchWeybridgeN44.0195 ; W-73.2391n/a52n/aCloudy, windy SSE 15MPHn/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/an/aWater very high-almost over road in some places. Berm and river gauge completley under water.
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4/18/1912:00B2 WRP Crescent DitchBridportN43.9831 ; W-73.2729n/a5246Cloudy, windy SW 20MPHn/a000000000000n/a
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4/18/1912:10B3WRP East of PayneBridportN43.9831 ; W-73.2729MMLV235246Cloudy, windy SW 20MPHi3=5%; i4=95%3029815274035252135253243High water line past WRP signs by ~15'-30'
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4/18/1912:30B13WRP South Willow DitchBridportN43.9820 ; W-73.2689MMLV245246Cloudy, windy S 20MPHi3=80%; i4=20%666586516010314019000000Total ID'd: 95. Oc excrucians 2%; Oc fitchii 2%; Oc provocans 1%; Oc stimulans 95%
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4/24/1911:15W5 Prunier SEWeybridgeN44.0472 ; W-73.2506CZLV35156Cloudy, Wind: N-NW 15 mphi2=33%, i3=33%, i4=33%53531232241282633200263822Oc. intrudens, Oc. stimulans, Oc. provocansWater beginning to recede very slowly from an extreme high flood event. Larvae heavily concentrated on the tradtional high water line. Sample collection in rearing chamber.
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4/25/1916:15W19Lemon Fair SW Roadside DitchWeybridgeN44.0193 ; W-73.2386CZLV46058Clear, Sunny, Wind: 0 mphi2=33%, i3=56%,4=11%553001552823513Oc. provocans, Oc stimulans, Ae cinereus & 1 mystery that requires more research.High flood conditions are sustained. Larvae concentrated close to rd. in ditch (NO PUPAE)
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4/25/1916:15W19Lemon Fair SW Roadside DitchWeybridgeN44.0193 ; W-73.2386CZLV4-cup 26065Clear, Sunny, Wind: 0 mphi2=25%; i3=50%; i4=25%110412000010235 total ID'ed: Ae cinereus 31%; Oc fitchii 3%; Oc stimulans 66%High flood line in field (NO PUPAE)
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4/25/1917:00W9 Lemon Fair NW Roadside DItchWeybridgeN44.0195 ; W-73.2391CZLV56060Clear, Sunny, Wind: 0 mphi2=55%; i3=35%, i4=10%101034026501200181182 total ID'd: Ae cinerus 55%; Oc fitchii 2%; Oc provocans 1%; Oc stimulans 41%Larvae concentrated in ditch closest to rd. (NO PUPAE)
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4/26/1914:00C21Swamp Road NWCornwallN43.9165 ; W-73.1947CZLV65054Rainy (Snow forecasted for the weekend0i2=70%, i3=15%, i4=15%1110011000423Oc. excrucians, Oc. abserratus, Ae cinereus (i2), Oc canadensis (i2) Swamp Rd. still closed due to flooding. Spring ephemerals: Colts foot, Dutchman's Breeches
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4/29/1916:15B4WRP East of Payne SWBridportN43.9792 ; W-73.2773CZLV75252High ceiling, overcasti2=33%; i3=25%; i4=41%55524022533538Ae cinereus 55% (i2/i3); Oc abserratus 2% (i4); Oc excrucians 31% (i4); Oc stimulans
12% (i4)
There were more larvae within the 18'-24" water column than the dipper could scoop. Heavily matted reed canary grass!
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4/29/1917:00C9125 & West StreetCornwallN43.9906 ; W-73.2526CZLV85258High ceiling, overcasti1=4%; i2=59%; i3=35%; i4=2%55439853006317Ae cinereus 73% (i2); Oc sticticus 2% (i2); Oc stimulans 14% (i3 & i4); Mystery sp. x5
(Still working on ID)
River still in high flood!
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4/29/1918:15C19Swamp Road NE Wetland MeadowsCornwallN43.9185 ; W-73.1748CZLV95251High ceiling, overcasti1=15%; i2=85%7753315044311131Ae cinereus 78%; Oc abserratus 2%; Oc provocans 2%; Oc sticticus 12%; Oc stimulans 6%Sample collected at edge of road from gate going west. SWAMP ROAD STILL UNDER WATER. HIGH FLOOD!
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5/6/1915:00W5 Prunier SEWeybridgeN44.0472 ; W-73.2506CZLV107462Clear, Sunny, Wind: 0 mph403994135075100501704320Ae cinereus 20%; Oc canadensis 1%; Oc sticticus 30%; Oc stimulans 48%River still in high flood! Water levels slowly receding.
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5/6/1915:30W6 Prunier SWWeybridgeN44.0468 ; W-73.2517CZLV117463Clear, Sunny, Wind: 0 mphi3=2%, i4=79%, P=19%3434733011517304050181925Oc. abserratus 79%, Ae. cinereus 1%, Oc. stimulans 1%, Oc. intrudens 1%, Pupae 19%River still in high flood! Water levels slowly receding.
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5/6/1916:00W8 Lemon Fair SWWeybridgeN44.0188 ; W-73.2389CZLV127571Clear, Sunny, Wind: 0 mphi4=95%; P=25%<141001000110Oc canadensis 50%; Oc stimulans 50%River still in high flood! Water levels slowly receding. Puddling in flood plain. TOADS TRILLING! Large Snapping Turtle!
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5/6/1916:15W9 Lemon Fair NW Roadside DItchWeybridgeN44.0195 ; W-73.2391CZLV137570Clear, Sunny, Wind: 0 mph<190000090000Ae cinereus 44%; Oc stimulans 56%River still in high flood. Water levels slowly receding.
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5/6/1917:30C19Swamp Road NE Wetland MeadowsCornwallN43.9185 ; W-73.1748CZLV147560Clear, Sunny, Wind: 0 mph3345774000551Ae cinereus 65%; Oc abserratus 3%; Oc canadensis 16%; Oc sticticus 3%; Oc stimulans 14%River and swamp in HIGH FLOOD. Road still closed
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5/7/1912:00W28Otter Creek Weybridge Swamp S.WeybridgeN44.0707 ; W-73.2430CZLV154566Clear, Sunny, Wind: 10-15 mph NNW131318541610311141113Ae cinereus 4%; Oc excrucians 1%; Oc provocans 4%; Oc stimulans 90%Swamp has both standing water and a wetland complex draining into the Otter Creek. Tadpoles present with mosquito larvae. This whole area was under water two weeks ago. Yellow Rumped Warblers are feeding in the lower canopy within 15' of the swamp.
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5/9/1910:30W5 Prunier SEWeybridgeN44.0472 ; W-73.2506CZLV165456Cloud cover: 70%, Wind: 0 mphi3=42%, i4=20%, P=38%99811619211719356Ae. cinereusRiver is still out of its' banks! Bobolinks have returned. Collection being reared.
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5/14/1911:00C19Swamp Road NE Wetland MeadowsCornwallN43.9185 ; W-73.1748CZLV174653i1=6%; i2=6%; i4=61%; 22%2201210202822Ae cinereus 17%; Cs morsitans 50%; Oc excrucians 11%. Rearing 4 pupae in lab.Wetland Meadows in high flood. Larvae and Pupae concentrated in roadside ditch-bank.
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5/15/1911:00W28Otter Creek Weybridge Swamp S.WeybridgeN44.0707 ; W-73.2430CZLV185262Cloud cover: 50%, Wind: 10-15 mph NNWi3=2%; i4=8% P=90%28282110013075501023Ae cinereus 25% (all i3); Oc stimulans 85% (all i4); remaining sample all pupae (90% of total sample).Water levels receding in wetland pools. Mostly i4 and Pupae. Yellow Rumped Warblers in abundance. Also five Spotted Sandpipers.
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5/15/1916:00W5 Prunier SEWeybridgeN44.0472 ; W-73.2506CZLV195863CC: 90%, Wind 0i4=33%; P=66%0.661110011001Ae cinereus 50%; Oc stimulans 50%; remaining sample all pupae (66% of total sample).River still outside of its' banks
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5/15/1917:00W8 Lemon Fair SWWeybridgeN44.0188 ; W-73.2389CZLV20/NA5866CC: 90%, Wind 0NA000000000000n/aCrescent swale still flooded, no larvae , no adults
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5/15/1917:30B3WRP East of PayneBridportN43.9831 ; W-73.2729CZLV21 a,b5867CC: 90%, Wind 0P=100%8107050063NO PUPAE COLLECTED. ADULT MOSQUITOES COLLECTED: Oc fitchii 47%; Oc stimulans 53%Emegergence of mosquitoes resting in the flooded grasses. Hundreds of Tree and Barn Swallows feeding on emerging mosquitoes.  
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5/20/1914:45W7 Prunier NWWeybridgeN44.0470 ; W-73.2510CZLV227876CC:50%, Wind 10-15 mph SSWn/a000000000000ADULT MOSQUITOES COLLECTED:  Sweep net collection from shoreline. Oc sticticus 100%.Last nights rain has created a rise in the already flooded flood plain. 9/10" rain. Adult mosquitoes present and hungry. Whirlygig Beetles present near shoreline. NO LARVAE
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5/20/1917:00C19Swamp Road NE Wetland MeadowsCornwallN43.9185 ; W-73.1748CZLV237674CC:50%, Wind: 25-30 mph WP=100%000010000100Spring Emergence in place. Sweep net samples collected of adults. See data under CDC Light Trap.Spring Emergence. Green Darner dragonflies feeding on mosquitoes!
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5/23/1910:45W5 Prunier SEWeybridgeN44.0472 ; W-73.2506CZLV247162CC:90%, Wind: 25-35 mph SSWn/a000000000000n/aRiver is still outside its' banks. Copepods present.
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5/23/1912:30C7125 & Snake Mountain Road CornwallN43.9926 ; W-73.2488CZLV257466CC: 100%, Wind; 15-25 mph SSWi2=100%44518181416015Second instars placed in rearing chamber. ID'd 5 (other 40 were ingested by copepods). Ae vexans 80%; Oc sticticus 20%.Backwater swale receding. Swallows flying up and down the Lemon Fair. Juv. Bald Eagle flew across the river from Snake Mountain Rd.
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5/27/1910:15W5 Prunier SEWeybridgeN44.0472 ; W-73.2506CZLV266363CC:0%, Wind: 0-5 Ni2=43%; i3=57%663322427104200100% Ae vexansRiver still out of its' banks. Adult mosquitoes present (on me). Two people paddling their canoes said adult mosquitoes were not present while they were paddling.
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5/27/1911:00W20Lemon Fair NW FieldWeybridgeN44. 0199 ; W-73.2386CZLV276368CC: 25%, Wind: 0-10 NWNn/a000000000000n/aArea flooded through the sedge pond and west.
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5/27/1912:00C9125 & West StreetCornwallN43.9906 ; W-73.2526CZLV286567CC:50%, Wind: 0-10 NNWi3=100%4039910020001800401040100% Ae vexans. Collection placed in rearing chamber to be used for LARVAL PESTICIDE RESISTANCE TESTING.Numerous Swallow nests under bridge.
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6/4/1910:30W7 Prunier NWWeybridgeN44.0470 ; W-73.2510CZLV29/NA6167CC:50%, Wind: 10-20 NNWn/a000000000000Adults netted:River is almost inside its' banks. Adult msquitoes present. Sweep net...
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6/4/1912:00B3WRP East of PayneBridportN43.9831 ; W-73.2729CZLV30/NA6267CC:50%, Wind: 10-15 WSWna000000000000n/aWRP wet and soppy with standing water still outside the boundary. Dipped a healthy damselfly naiad! Hundreds of tadpoles! American Bittern present.
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6/4/1912:45B14WRP South ImpoundmentBridportN43.9816 ; W-73.2693CZLV31/NA6270CC:50%, Wind: 10-15 WSWna000000000000n/aGround surrounding impoundment has dried down, ground still saturated.
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6/4/19East of Payne Tire Pile BridportCZLV326274CC:50%, Wind: 10-15 WSWi2=50%; i3=50%0.777000000000100% Cu restuans
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6/6/1912:00C19Swamp Road NE Wetland MeadowsCornwallN43.9185 ; W-73.1748CZLV337062Clear! Wind: 10-15 WSWna000000000000Adults netted: Count:16 Ae cinereus=56%; Oc abserratus/punctor=1%; Oc sticticus=31%; Oc stimulans=1%Rain fall last night: 1.1". Otter Creek USGS: 2520 cfs (Up 500 cfs from yesterday at Miidlebury gauge). Wetland Meadows in "HIGH WATER" Water flowing from Otter Creek upstream through culvert into meadow complex. Green frogs chorusing, Green Darner dragonfly present, Dmasel flies present. 
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6/21/1916:00W20Lemon Fair NW FieldWeybridgeN44. 0199 ; W-73.2386CZLV347471CC: 50%, Wind:15-25 mph Ni1=100%0.0220002000000ID'd 100%: Ae vexans 100%JUNE FLOOD EVENT! 2.5" of RAIN fell yesterday. The Lemon Fair River is in HIGH FLOOD!
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6/21/1917:00C9125 & West StreetCornwallN43.9906 ; W-73.2526CZLV357568CC: 75%, Wind: 10-25 mph Ni1=100%0.0440000310000ID'd 100%: Ae vexans 100%JUNE FLOOD EVENT! Water level into tree line!
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6/22/1910:30C19Swamp Road NE Wetland MeadowsCornwallN43.9185 ; W-73.1748CZLV367068CC: 20%, Wind: 10-15 mph Nna000000000000Larva: N/A. 1 adult Oc sticticus.JUNE FLOOD EVENT. Otter Creek is within its' banks, but the swamp is in high flood.
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6/22/1912:00B4WRP East of Payne SWBridportN43.9792 ; W-73.2773CZLV377166CC: 90%, Wind: 10-20 mph Ni1=99? i3=1%0.990100700010100% Ae vexansJUNE FLOOD EVENT. Lemon Fair flood plain in HIGH flood. This site is just north of the Maple Swamp in Bridport. Cloud Burst of rain fell while dipping. Scattered rain showers throughout the afternoon.
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6/24/1913:00W6 Prunier SWWeybridgeN44.0468 ; W-73.2517CZLV387772Hazy, Wind: 0 mphi2= ,i3=4.343190130140006ID'd 49% of sample: Ae vexans 38%; Oc stimulans 57%; Oc intrudens 5%. Adults present: Oc. sticticusJUNE FLOOD EVENT> RECEDING rapidly. Water levels are down two to three feet from Saturday (two days ago). Larvae are present within 50 feet of the receding water line. Adult mosquitoes present; nuisance level: medium.
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6/24/1913:20W5 Prunier SEWeybridgeN44.0472 ; W-73.2506CZLV397767Hazy, Wind: 0 mphi2= ,i3=20.4204700200454010110ID'd 28% of sample: Ae vexans 19%; Oc sticticus 79%; Oc intrudens 2%.JUNE FLOOD EVENT> RECEDING rapidly. Water levels are down two to three feet from Saturday (two days ago). Larvae are present within 50 feet of the receding water line. Adult mosquitoes present; nuisance level: medium.
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6/24/1914:30W20Lemon Fair NW FieldWeybridgeN44. 0199 ; W-73.2386CZLV408172Hazy, Wind: 0-5 mph Ni2= ,i3=0.990000800100ID'd 100% of sample: Ae vexans 78%; Oc sticticus 22%. JUNE FLOOD EVENT> RECEDING rapidly. Water levels are down two to three feet from Saturday (two days ago). Larvae are present within 50 feet of the receding water line. Adult mosquitoes present; nuisance level: medium. The "Flats" are flooded west of the Sedge Pond.
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6/24/1915:15B4WRP East of Payne SWBridportN43.9792 ; W-73.2773CZLV418067Hazy, Wind: 0-5 mph Ni2= ,i3= 0.991030000105ID'd 100% of sample: Ae cinereus 10%; Ae vexans 80%; Oc sticticus 10%. Adults present: Oc. stimulans, Oc. fitchiiJUNE FLOOD EVENT>RECEDING rapidly. Water levels are down 1-2 feet in this area. Standing water at edge of agricultural field.
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6/24/1916:00B5Maple SwampBridportN43.9634 ; W-73.2798CZLV428067Hazy, Wind: 0 mphna000000000000Larvae species: N/A. Adults present: Oc. abseratusJUNE FLOOD EVENT. Swamp heavy with adult mosquitoes. NUISANCE LEVEL: High
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6/24/1918:00C19Swamp Road NE Wetland MeadowsCornwallN43.9185 ; W-73.1748CZLV437472CC: 100%, Wind: 0-5 mph Nna000000000000Adults present:JUNE FLOOD EVENT. Otter Creek is within its' banks, but the swamp is in high flood. The Swamp is draining through the culverts into the Otter Creek. (The OC is out of its' bank on the Salisbury side). Nuisance level: low-medium.
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