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Your bite/sting mark is missing something very essential in order to qualify it as a bit or sting mark, and that is: a mark from a bite or a sting. Had something bit you or stung you, then you would be able to se a little hole or pincer mark in the middle of that very colourful bruise you have. Coincidence of all coincidences, I lived in Miamisburg for a ...


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Possibly crayfish burrows or "chimneys". Identifying by burrow holes can be tricky though. Are they near any water? That would increase the likelyhood that they are crayfish burrows. Similar examples: http://www.pbase.com/red_slough_wma/image/142389118 Crawfish chimneys are smokestack-looking stacks of mud that appear in fields and yards in the ...


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Most likely a Caddisfly. They make homes of twigs and stones. CADDISFLY: The caddisfly lives only a short time as an adult but may spend several years as a larva. Many larvae can do something few aquatic insects can – they build their own shelter. Different kinds of caddisflies build different types of homes. Some species build homes of leaves ...



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