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    OK, please tell me someone knows what these are. I saw what looked like dust on the leaves and took a look with the scope. Ick..

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    I agree with AND. Definitly looks like fungus gnat larvae. That is the first time I have seen them on leaves. I usually see them in the soil. Very strange. I wonder if these are some form of catipilar.

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    Am I seeing little legs on these? Fungus gnat larvae don't have legs as far as I know.

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    they do look similar but slightly cleaner?

    pics of gnats/ larvae :




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    Right on ggotch! According to a researcher at the university of Vermont, fungus gnat larvae is always clear enough that you can see the food channels and they live in soil.

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    It may help to note that I live in the desert. Humidity in my grow area floats between 15% an 35% RH. and they do appear to have legs.

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    Yeah on closer inspection of pic, they have ickle legs, caterpillers matey

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    Definitely catapillars.. Now to identify them.

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    Is that yellow or white? Possibly these?

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    I looked into those... They are about 30x too big. Take a look at the pic below.. That leaf that it's on is about the size of a quarter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozmodius View Post
    I looked into those... They are about 30x too big. Take a look at the pic below.. That leaf that it's on is about the size of a quarter.

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    Honestly could be the oakworm dude. If those caterpillars just hatched, they would be very small.

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