Sawfly Larva - Macremphytus sp.
The dorsal side was shiny indigo, and their ventral side was yellow-orange.
Sawflies get their common name from the saw-like appearance of their ovipositor, which females use to cut slits in stems and leaves in order to lay their eggs.
Habitat: Next to a pond on the edge of a coniferous forest.
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